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What Will They Think? One Woman’s Story of Pleasing Others

“What will they think?” That’s what my parents would say to me growing up. They being family, friends, acquaintances, including strangers. I grew up being...

Hey Mama: It’s Me, Your Thyroid

Dear Mama, Welcome to the newfound challenges of motherhood! You totally did it! It’s a whole new world! I know it’s scary, but I’ve seen you...

Know Your Worth: How I’m Letting Go of Self-Hate

"I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of...

#AskHer – May is Maternal Depression Awareness Month

"New baby" and "depression" aren't phrases you commonly hear together. But, as, we know and have experienced, motherhood hits you in the face. While...

The Bad Day Blues: 10 Questions to Ask Before Giving Up

Parenting: It's not for the faint of heart. There are moments of pure joy, yes; and there are moments when you feel you cannot...

Loving A Significant Other With Depression

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Originally, I was going to give a few "how to's" related to loving someone with mental illness, but today...

My Journey Through Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

When I was pregnant last year, I showed several early warning signs that I would be an unlucky mother with postpartum depression and anxiety:...

Coping With Death When Your Ex Passes Away

First loves; they are as they are portrayed. Nothing is better than those first feelings of true love for another person.  It's magical, it's...

Navigating the Rough Waters of Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness has declared the week of Oct. 4 – 10 to be Metal Health Awareness Week. In the United...

The Monster Called Childhood Depression

I will come straight out and say that I battle depression. I have battled depression on and off most of my life. In sixth...
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