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Creating Abundance in Situations of Poverty

Abundance is a state of peace, prosperity, and deep happiness. It’s characterized by gratitude for the things we have, even in situations where—to others—it may seem like we have very little. Abundance is a literal and emotional solution to poverty. All of us experience some form of poverty in our lifetimes. The most common is financial, but there are dozens of other types. We can lack healthy relationships, feel spiritually disconnected, or have a poverty of...

Self Love is a Process, and That’s Okay

Have you ever heard the phrase “you have to love yourself before you can be loved by another”? It’s an idea I passionately disagree with. Self love can foster deep, intimate connections and benefit our relationships in many ways, but it’s not essential to have before getting into a loving relationship. This phrase implies that those of us who struggle with self-love don’t deserve love from another person. That, or we are incapable of being...

4 Things You Need to Hear When Living With Mental Illness

  Living with mental illness can be really hard. The stigmas of society, on top of the symptoms of our mental illness, can form a painful cocktail that can really bring us down at times. I’ve created this video and blog because you deserve to hear these positive things about yourself. You deserve to feel uplifted and treasured today. What I say in this video is the truth; what people who try to invalidate us say is...

Bad Day? 6 Powerful Ways to Get Through It

Every single person experiences at least one bad day in their life. It’s a part of living and it’s a part of being human. Most likely, everyone experiences a lot more than just a single one, and those of us living with mental illness tend to experience even more bad days than those without mental illness. Getting through a bad day can feel like time is dragging on, infinitely slow and filled with difficulty after difficulty....

16 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays When You Have a Mental Illness

The holiday season presents a lot of challenges for everyone. It’s a time of year focused on family, love, and connection, but stress, consumerism, loneliness, and a bunch more unpleasant feelings like to mix themselves in with the merriment. Although each person can probably identify a stressor that prevents them from fully enjoying the holidays, us living with mental illness have an even harder time. Sometimes it’s spending a holiday with family and friends that...

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