Take a look in to the things that inspired (and forced) me into my mental health journey.
Hello beautiful people! As promised, this is part two of my mental health journey. I've had some time to flip through my memories this past week so grab your tea, coffee, or my favorite, wine and let's get to it! Last week, my post ended on a pretty good note, my grandfather survived his second … Continue reading Mental Health is Mental Wealth Pt. 2
Hello World ! It has been AWHILE since I have blogged on here. I can say that the hiatus was against my will but everyone needs some time to get it back together. I am more than happy to be back and have some new topics, updates and much more that I would like … Continue reading (Re)Introduction to A Gander at Life
Adjusting to college life can be hard. I remember the first time I stepped foot on campus. I was there with the football team and a few other members of the band. As time went on I made a few new friends that were in the band (it took up most of my time) and … Continue reading College Life
As a young child, you don't have a choice to pick your religious preference. You normally go off of what you are taught. Attending Sunday school and attending those long services struggling to stay awake. Some of us go blindly into our faith because it was force fed to us. Once you get a bit … Continue reading Finding Faith
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from a survey on high school students in 2013, reports that 47% has had sexual intercourse and 34% had sexual intercourse during the previous three months. Out of those, 41% did not use a condom. In the US, nearly 10,000 young people aged 13-24 were diagnosed … Continue reading Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Youth
"It was the slimy serpent that drained the life from their host. Leaving them with nothing else but false hope and suppressed damnation."-BBN I remember a time where everyday felt like it was another day trapped in a place I wouldn't want my worst enemy. Everyday for about 5 years was dark and cloudy. I … Continue reading Depression