Monthly Archives: October 2015

White Picket Fences

   I never grew up thinking that I’d spend my life recovering. As a young carefree little girl, I never imagined that one day, I’d be in a fight for my life that took everything I had, everyday. Back then, … Continue reading

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10 Tips To Survive Mental Illness

My tips on how to survive depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and PTSD.  1. Find a psychiatrist that treats you with compassion and respect. This is harder that it sounds. I’ve gone through a few because here in Alberta, most … Continue reading

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My Kind Of Thanksgiving

Today, I am thankful that thoughts of suicide aren’t running rampant through my mind, for the first time in about a month. I’m thankful that I didn’t act on those thoughts when they were the loudest. I’m thankful for the … Continue reading

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World Mental Health Day – What It Means To Me

   Today, the world is talking about mental health. Finally. And for the most part, it’s in a positive and healthy way. Today, in discussions being held everywhere and in everyway possible about how we as a society can focus … Continue reading

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Triggers 

   This is going to be one of my most personal and powerful posts to date as I feel an overwhelming urge to get my thoughts and feelings out of my chaotic mind and out into the Universe. My world … Continue reading

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