Tag Archives: mental-health

Unshackled, Unburdened, Uncensored

Hey and welcome back. This new journey! Whew!   If you live anywhere on planet earth, hopefully, you are are aware of what’s going on in the world. While this seems to be normal to some, for some reason, these … Continue reading

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I Know Who I Am

Over the past few years I have begun to come to grips with the fact that I am the child of a parent with schizophrenia. That single fact has caused me to live in a sheltered shadow of a life … Continue reading

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Honor Your Feelings Instead of Stuffing Them

I have been a chronic “stuffer” for most of my life. My definition of being a stuffer is a person who ignores their feelings, concerns, and challenges and stuffs food, work, and other activities in its place than deal with … Continue reading

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Support Groups

As private as I am, I didn’t realize how much I would enjoy my support groups. It is absolutely wonderful having a place where I can voice my concerns about my challenges and triumphs and know that someone else understands. … Continue reading

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