The Surface Doesn’t Always Reflect What’s Within

I’ve wanted to write this article ever since hearing about Kate Spade’s passing, and wasn’t sure how to put it clearly in words. There is so much online negativity and online bullying that I wonder, is this a reflection of how many people feel inside? I remember talking to someone several days ago, and we … More The Surface Doesn’t Always Reflect What’s Within

Talking About Panic Attacks, Depression & Anxiety

When I think of the words panic attacks, depression and anxiety, it’s something that we don’t normally tell others we experience it ourselves. It immediately makes me want to avoid telling anyone that I feel that way in periods of my life. The reason is that I don’t want anyone to treat me any differently … More Talking About Panic Attacks, Depression & Anxiety

How Exercise Can Boost Your Self Confidence

Exercise has endless benefits for your body, mind and soul. It is essential for good health and has a significant affect on ones emotions. I remember going to the doctors this year to discuss my anxiety. The question that was always asked was “Are you exercising?”. This question is always asked by the ones close to me. I … More How Exercise Can Boost Your Self Confidence

Winona Ryder: Talking About Anxiety & Depression

I love Winona. I’m not sure if it was from watching Beetlejuice for the first time as a young girl, the wonderful Edward Scissor hands, her 90’s fashion style, those doe eyes or just that feeling that you can relate to her, even though you don’t know her. I was reading the article from Dazed and Confused, … More Winona Ryder: Talking About Anxiety & Depression

What Panic Attacks Have Taught Me About Life & People

Everyone feels differently. I can tell you that as a living breathing person that we all may see the world with all its sunshine, rain and the people around us, but our heart feels it differently to others. Some may see the moon as a beautiful white pearl, where as others may imagine werewolves coming … More What Panic Attacks Have Taught Me About Life & People

10 Things To Remember When The One You Love Has Anxiety

I can’t quite recall the exact moment when I felt like the odd one out. From memory it was a time in kindergarten when all the other kids would play together, but I would spend time alone holding the rabbits, playing with the guinea pigs and drawing the caterpillars. The thought of interacting with the … More 10 Things To Remember When The One You Love Has Anxiety