Am I Enough – Guest Blogger Regina Boykin

Regina Boykin is the Founder and CEO of S.W.A.N.S., Inc. established in March of 2016. S.W.A.N.S. ’s mission is to build a solid foundation to ensure growth in all areas for female adolescents between the ages of 16 and 19.   Overcoming personal trials which included mental, physical and verbal abuse, Regina has decided to turn her misfortunes into a positive vehicle to assist others in similar situations.  She Wants A New Start originated as a … Continue reading Am I Enough – Guest Blogger Regina Boykin

Anxiety Kills & My Adjustment Skills Are Not On Fleek

I cannot expand on this enough on how important it is for you to take care of yourself. We are constantly on the go and involved with the hustle and bustle of life that we forget that we are not machines. We cannot just plug ourselves up to get recharged and ready to move again … Continue reading Anxiety Kills & My Adjustment Skills Are Not On Fleek

Physical and Psychological Effects of Narcissistic Abuse – Guest Blogger Candace Belin

By Candace Belin I have experienced narcissistic abuse and never knew I would face a traumatic experience so daunting. I created this post to share the phenomenon that I experienced once I found out what I was going through (narcissistic abuse) and after finding out about this form of emotional abuse, my anxiety kicked into … Continue reading Physical and Psychological Effects of Narcissistic Abuse – Guest Blogger Candace Belin

First-Hand Experience With Mental Illness: An Interview – Guest Blogger Jessica

About “Just Call Me Jess" Have you ever wondered where to begin in order to achieve your personal goals? Look no further! By accessing your own knowledge and experience I will guide you to achieving your highest dreams. Just Call Me Jess and consider me your personal guide on your journey. About “Jess" I am … Continue reading First-Hand Experience With Mental Illness: An Interview – Guest Blogger Jessica

I Wasn’t the Chosen One, and That’s Ok!

It's feeling like the black sheep or the last person to be picked for a team. The comparison game begins and in your mind, you're trying to find anything, something to blame. Often times I felt like this in my romantic relationships and friendships. You see why you're the best choice or how it can … Continue reading I Wasn’t the Chosen One, and That’s Ok!