Photo by Valeria Ushakova on Pexels.com I can’t believe I’ve come this far. Finally, I said the words aloud to someone else besides my husband: I have depression!! I’ve never been so open about my mental health. For most of my life, I hid it, ashamed at being labeled crazy or psycho, even worried that… Continue reading I’m Learning How Not To Be Ashamed Of My Mental Health
It's not just about getting high. Photo by Elsa Olofsson on Unsplash Are you familiar with the new legal way people are getting high? That’s the rave with news publications worldwide. Delta 8 and it’s accompanying sub-ordinates have made small doses of THC legally accessible. To me, this is a great win for those using THC for relief… Continue reading Delta 8 Eased My Depression
Photo by Liza Summer on Pexels.com Does the grief ever go away? Last week, I was thinking about my deceased mother. I think about her and my deceased father every day, but this week it has been constant thoughts about my mom. I've been crying as I did as a little girl that whole year… Continue reading Dealing With Grief Nearly A Decade Later
Photo by KoolShooters on Pexels.com Many times I get confused for being Caucasian. At first glance, you probably wouldn’t guess my biological father is black. In the same contrast, you probably wouldn’t be surprised my biological mom is white. I am one of those mixed gals; one of the girls with ‘the good hair’. Race… Continue reading Sundays Made Me Forget I am Biracial
The first time it was for 90 days. I remember driving him to jail. My mind was racing with so many what-ifs. How was I going to take care of three kids on my own? Would I have enough money to pay the bills? What if I didn’t have enough money for the rent?