I want to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas today! Below is the video I promised all of you, revealing the winner of the personalized gift! Thank you to all who entered, though I was expecting more. It's a free gift bag after all! :)https://youtu.be/vWluHNqybLIWhether you are struggling with vaginismus or simply looking … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Last night, my fiance and I were having a stressful day. In fact, we have been pretty stressed for months now due to our jobs, money, health, family, etc. So, he recommended we watch About Time, a movie that his mom showed us when we first started dating.I adore this movie and HIGHLY recommend to … Continue reading About Time
So it's Christmas time and I wanted to give back to all of you who have supported me throughout the year! I began this blog back in November 2017 and have realized that I spend more time on this blog than I do on any other internet site. It brings me so much joy, inspiration … Continue reading Enter to win a gift!
"What is wrong with this world," is the constant question that I keep asking myself lately. I'm an avid animal lover, and it literally tears apart my heart to see so many videos, posts and pictures of abused, killed or neglected animals all over the internet. What is wrong with people? Truthfully, we are animals … Continue reading Stop the abuse!
I finally created a Patreon page to help support my goal of increasing community awareness about vaginismus and mental health. I've been toying with this idea for quite some time and decided to just buckle down and do it! The funds from my Patreon will be used to help upgrade my blog, market my book … Continue reading Starting my Patreon
In case things don't go the way I would like them to go, I wanted to write this blog to remind myself that it's okay. Don't fall down or lose your positivity because of it. Simply remind yourself that it wasn't meant to be and something better is on it's way. It could always be … Continue reading A reminder to myself
I think many people, who struggle with mental illness, view themselves as abnormal or even crazy. I know I do. Whenever I'm feeling extremely anxious or depressed, I immediately go into defense mode or even become distant with my loved ones. It's not healthy and, the worst part is, I know that but I can't … Continue reading Mental Health