My Journey Through Anxiety, Depression and the People that Changed my Life
I was very honored to be able to write a guest post on Marty's blog, Gum On My Shoe, about the journey that I took through the waters of depression, addiction and anxiety. This is very personal to me, yet a story that like The Flawed Ones needed to be written. I would be immensely grateful if you visited Marty's blog and read, not only my article, but the rest of the great mental health content that his site contains. http://www.gumonmyshoe.com/2017/08/my-journey-through-anxiety-depression...
One Powerful Habit that Changed My Life For Good
I was honored to have the chance to write an article for Having Time, exploring a little bit more of my fight against depression, anxiety and addiction, and the habit that I learned later on in life, which helped overcome my adversities. Read the entire article here: http://havingtime.com/one-powerful-habit-that-changed-my-life-for-good/
Some Day I will Succumb to Mortality Like The Rest of Us, But Death Itself Will Salute My Resilient Strength
We are so worried all the time about death, fearing the one inevitability in our lives. Sometimes, when depression hits, we convince ourselves that death makes everything in life worthless, because at the end we have no choice but to cease to exist. I take comfort in knowing that my story has an ending, that my path will one day come to completion. It comforts me to know that I am writing the book of my life, and I want its readers to wonder, to learn and enjoy and be left with something of ...
How to Help your Kids Deal with Bullying on the New School Year
It is back to school time and there are many kids out there suffering from anxiety, just thinking about having to face the bullies in the new school year. It is our responsibility as parents to train our kids to successfully deal with these challenges, and not let their emotional distress take a serious toll on them. Here is a video on what you and your kids should be talking about when it comes to bullies.
Turn Impossible Into I’m – POSSIBLE!!
Sometimes our illness makes us believe that we are not worthy or capable of doing anything with meaning. We convince ourselves that we are just meant for the sadness of a broken world, of a skewed perspective. Everything that we feel we begin to believe is our inevitable reality, and that could not be further from the truth. You HAVE THE POWER to shape your reality and to become great, even in the midst of your limitations. Always remember to: Turn IMPOSSIBLE into I'M - POSSIBLE. #mentalil...
Have You Ever Experienced “The Ravenous Terror of Constant Torment”?
Have you? Something that tortures you constantly but that you cannot escape? Well, for some people that suffer from schizophrenia, this might be the case. We are able to escape, most of the time, our external sources of pain, but when your bully resides in your mind, how do you escape it? The Flawed Ones explore the world of those whose voices won't let them rest, those who fight an evil that cannot be killed or contained. Register today for a chance to win a free copy before release date.
Prevent Your Teen’s Suicide
Teen Suicide is something that I am very passionate about as I see it as a very preventable situation, if we, as parents, do our job right and become aware of the issues our children are going through. I made this video after having knowledge that suicide is the third leading cause of death in teenagers between the age of 15-19 years of age. If you feel as strongly about this as I do, please share this video.
My Author Interview at Tabitha’s Books
I was very honored to be interviewed by Tabitha on her blog, Tabitha's Books, where I share a little bit more about my writing process, my inspiration and my hopes for this Novel, The Flawed Ones. Read the Entire Interview Here. Don't forget to leave your comments and see more of Tabi's great book reviews on her site.
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