How to Break the Cycle of Trauma Bonding

  We saw the internet go into an uproar about Jada and August, one word that was passed around and seems like it became even more popular overnight is the idea of trauma bonding. What is trauma bonding, well for anyone that has been in an unhealthy relationship (toxic), may have experienced the pull and…

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How to Plan the Perfect Staycation

          Everyone breathe in and breathe out, whew. 2020 has been a wild ride this year so far . So, I wanted to devote this blog post and a theme I’m calling weekly romance deposits. Where we take time to love on ourselves, spouses or family. This blog post is all…

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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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Drive By

I’m emotionally drained. Working as a counselor and being gifted in this area can be a lot at times. People constantly laying their burdens on you. I would be lying if I said that weight doesn’t get heavy at times. I’ve shared in the past my struggles with depression. During that season I learned that…

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Confessions From A Food Addict

I’ve debated for a while now with writing this post. One reason because I would have to talk more in depth about my battle with overcoming depression but also humiliation of even having an addiction. Addiction was something that from a counselor perspective I understood it however in my head it was never going to…

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