Thoughts of Suicide: My Teenage Struggle

I couldn’t handle being a burden. A burden to my loved ones, and a burden to myself. Anxiety had such an intense grip on me I couldn’t see straight for trying to run away from the turmoil tornado inside my head. Every single day was a struggle and I couldn’t comprehend how so suddenly I had changed from […]

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Postpartum Me – A Story of Recovery

My pregnancy wasn’t a particularly difficult one, not by any means. Sure, I had intense nausea for the first 5 months or so, the first three of which I couldn’t even get out of bed for, but Diclectin helped with that for the most part. I wasn’t one of those insanely fit pregnant ladies either. […]

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6 Keys to Coping with Anxiety at School

Growing up with anxiety I had an incredible support system in place at home. My parents may not have understood what was going on with me, but they never questioned the validity of my emotions. They never once said ‘stop faking’ or ‘get over it’. This makes me one of the lucky ones – not […]

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Dear Son, You Saved Me

Becoming a mom was one of the greatest adventures I’ve ever embarked upon. It was a challenge in every single way, but here was this little tiny human who depended on me for literally everything. It was very much an eye opener for me, and in many ways my son changed, shaped, and even saved […]

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Squad Goals: The Importance of the #MomSquad

Nothing can make you love as hard and drive you as damn crazy as your baby. Not even your partner, though god knows sometimes it takes all the will power I have not to smother him in his sleep (it’s no secret, I’ve mentioned it to him once or twice, or a million times). This […]

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