Some say social media is like a two-edged sword. It can be a positive tool used for good but also can be harmful if used inappropriately. The former rings true for me. I use social media for personal and creative reasons. When I started my Instagram page, my focus was connecting with other creative Black … Continue reading Social Media Put me on the Path to Finding a Therapist – Guest Blogger Margo Gabriel
What do you need? This is by far one difficult question that I cannot seem to answer on the fly. Lately, I was asked this question and literally froze. I was not prepared and although I wish that I was asked this often, I didn't know what to say. It left me pondering for some … Continue reading What do you Need?
Often times we search for the answers that aren't hard to find. Everything in life isn't a big mystery, we just tend to overlook what we don't want to accept. Choosing to blog about my life and the things I've learned through fear, pain, and loss has taught me a few things about myself. Some … Continue reading Life Happens But We Keep On Rolling
Have you ever struggled with walking away from something in your life that didn't serve you well? It may have been from the hostile environment of a job, miserable friendship or toxic relationship. You had enough evidence to show it to the door,but you just couldn't walk away. I was that way too. It was … Continue reading Walking Away Got So Much Easier
You get a vision of something you've always wanted to do, maybe it was delayed by fear or the lack of necessities to carry it through. But the vision is clear and loud to the point it speaks to you non-stop. That's what my experience has been like on this journey of blogging. It was … Continue reading Caught Up in the Rapture of the Blogging World
She is Free Growing up I can recall on many occasions; stating I would never be like my parents “the negative side”. However, when I saw sprouts of them coming forth in my life, not having the maturity level to correctly deal with it I ignored the signs and never received the proper help, healing, … Continue reading Guest Blogger Regina Boykin -She is Free
Middle child syndrome is real. I have the experience to prove it. I have always been a mediator in my family. But when it came to facing the issues that I needed to deal with, I found it emotionally traumatizing to face them. I was stuck. No one in my family taught me a healthy … Continue reading How Therapy Taught Me How Boundaries are Crucial to my Mental Health Guest Blogger: Margo Gabriel