Is she still there? Is she still herself? What's wrong with her? Is she okay? How do you get through hard times? Do you cry? Do you binge-watch TV? Do you eat? There are so many ways to get through hard times. All counselors always talk about coping skills and good coping. Mine, was the … Continue reading Hard Times
How was I supposed to feel? Then the "why me" question set in. Why did this happen to me? I'm a good person. I have always been kind to others. Why would this happen to me? I went and saw the neurologist (I swear it felt like everything happened within a day, maybe that was … Continue reading (part two) being diagnosed with #multiple sclerosis
“When we learn how to become resilient, we learn how to embrace the beautifully broad spectrum of the human experience.”― Jaeda Dewalt Painful experiences and emotional trauma are at the core of making us human. But what happens when those painful experiences or emotional trauma seem like they are too much, or more excessive than … Continue reading trauma and emotional pain can build your #resiliency
How do you know if you have a long distance friendship, or if your friendship is dwindling away? Long distance anythings are difficult, especially when it comes to friendships. I know some people would beg to differ and say romantic relationships are harder, but hear me out. With romantic relationships, they are extremely difficult, but … Continue reading long distance #friends?
As their partner, you stand by their side; supporting them and excited with them about their next endeavor towards residency. You watch them fly out from city to city, doing interviews at hospitals across multiple cities and states. You text from afar telling them they will do great and everyone will love them. You hear … Continue reading relationship with a #medical resident
Finding a counselor is one of the hardest things in my opinion, it's almost like finding your other half. Someone you can openly talk to without feeling any judgement, someone who understands you communication style and can reciprocate it, and someone who you just simply vibe with. You will never get the full benefits of … Continue reading the secret life of a #counselor
Who has like zero friends? It's not always a bad thing to not have many friends, I think it also depends on your personality. For me, I consider myself an empath and I need to feel a real connection with someone. Their energy and their vibe they give off is what my soul feeds off … Continue reading the want to please others shouldn’t sacrifice #innerpeace
“To live, to TRULY live, we must be willing to RISK. To be nothing in order to find everything. To leap before we look.” Leaps of faith are terrifying. I read a quick story about an older sister trying to teach her younger sister how to dive into a pool. And at this same time, … Continue reading take that leap of #faith