My view today was my childhood bedroom wall. I spent several hours attempting to sleep off the fatigue. And now I'm writing this with the last bit of eye strength I have before the pain makes reading impossible. As the anxiety moves back to a manageable state, the illness underneath it keeps ... Read More about A Blessing for Holy Saturday & a Grieving Soul.
Before I start writing about chronic illness and mental health in depth, I wanted to share some of my quick tips for combatting day to day anxiety. These six things have helped me manage my anxiety in real life while I attempt to find lasting, medical relief. I hope they help you too! Using my ... Read More about 6 Ways To Cope With Daily Anxiety
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hey all! I'm trying to connect with other bloggers in the blogsphere. If you happen to have a Bloglovin account, I would very much appreciate a follow! I'll be sure to follow you back. If you're another blogger that's not on Bloglovin' but think your blogging ... Read More about Bloggin’ Buddies – Connect With Other Bloggers!
I’m not sure how deep this wound goes or how infected it has become. Since I don’t know quite what I’ll find, I’m hesitant to rip off the bandages and expose it for others to see. But I have a hunch that things are pretty serious now. The pain is growing—you can see the sickness spreading through ... Read More about The In Between.
The room had the mismatched coziness any good college apartment should have. The walls were bare except for three stunning paintings hung above the couch. On one canvas was a painting of Christ’s crucified hands, another a painting of his feet, and the third a painting of his face. The women ... Read More about Racial Reconciliation and What I Should Have Always Seen