I am so starved for human interaction and connection these days

Keywords: anxiety , healing , mental health , motherhood

For the past few years, I’ve felt like I’ve had a dark storm cloud over my head. It forced me to withdraw from the world, which now I know I needed in order to heal and determine the types of relationships I wanted to manifest in my life. Since that period has passed, I am so so so eager to get in the world and connect…. but for obvious reasons, that is a bit difficult at the moment, so I’m grateful for any interaction, even if it is someone asking Mila what kind of bug she is holding.

https://thestruggleisteal.com/2020/08/20/emotional-regulation-and-momming

I would love to encourage you + equip you + empower you

Keywords: anxiety, depression, mindfulness, social work, suicide prevention, trauma informed care

What have you encountered along your journey? I would love to encourage you. I’d love to equip you. I’d love to empower you. Let me know how we can connect so you can have strength for your journey!!!

https://thatsocialworkguy.com/2020/04/27/let-me-introduce-myself

Shifting thoughts from anxiety to possibility, the possibility of awe and the treasure of being truly present and grateful with all that we have

Keywords: blog

The moon has always evoked awe, a kind of deep reverence in me ……especially the full moon. And I believe awe makes us feel humble in the grander scheme of things , awe invokes faith that things are going as per a plan and that all we can do right now is to say a holy (and safe) yes to protect our loved ones and ourselves.

https://awonderfulworld.life/2020/04/09/april-full-moon-night-the-lantern-of-the-soul

Whether you spend it reflecting, connecting, drinking, smoking, worrying, crying, hoping, eating, sleeping or what have you, know it’s normal

Keywords: Children, Family, Kids, Motherhood, Mothers, Parenting, Self Development

Shit is wild but know you’re not alone. We are all going mad, we are all scared and we are all hoping this is over soon. Remember, this is a time you’ll never get back. So whether you spend it reflecting, connecting, drinking, smoking, worrying, crying, hoping, eating, sleeping or what have you, know it’s normal. Know you’re right where you’re supposed to be and the rest of us have no idea what the fuck to do either.

https://appetiteforhonesty.com/2020/04/05/confessions-of-an-intoxicated-mom-in-quarantine