Grief Journal

One thing I noticed as a counselor is that life never really slows down after death. Which leaves a lot of us in an unfortunate predicament because we never truly get to process our grief in a healthy way. Even the students I service at my campus, pick their selves up and keep it pushing.…

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Feeling Anxious?

Hey, I wanted to check in with everyone, I know this Covid-19 has been crazy. Schools are out, people are working remotely, and some people are unfortunately out of work. I wanted to share something that has been helpful for me since I was a teenager. Writing and journaling has always been therapeutic for me.…

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7 Lessons I Learned From My 7-Year Failed Relationship

For those of you who do not know, I was with my daughter’s father for seven years. At the top of the month I encouraged people to invest in their relationship. The emphasis and importance I put on maintaining a healthy relationship comes from some the lessons I learned from my own. I wanted to…

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Grief and the Holiday Season

One thing I love about this time of year, are the rich conversations that we share with other people. Sunday night my mom and I were talking about her Mom (my granny) and how much we loved her. My heart felt so full, because I loved my granny and she left my life at a…

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