Do you love yourself enough to take three deep breaths, three times a day? We are wrapping up our series on Self-Love with a life-changing conversation about why practices even as small as taking deep breaths can be the foundation to our mental health.
I want to begin today with an expression of gratitude to the community for sharing their stories; helping to break […]Read more
Postpartum depression is a nasty truth. It affects the mother, the father and the baby and anyone else around them. […]Read more
Many people come to me looking for a quick fix to resolve some of their mental health struggles. The first thing I always ask them, regardless of their situation is, “Do you know you are worthy of being healed?” More often than not, they respond, “I don’t know.”
This month we are talking about the practice of self-love. In theory you may be drawn to the idea of implementing self-care routines and learning to love yourself, however it is often more difficult to practice than we anticipate. Sometimes it is easy to compare yourself to others and be your own worst critic.
As mothers we are always putting others before ourselves and serving our families in ways that often go unseen. We are also wearing many other hats and putting ourselves continually on the back-burner and sometimes even neglecting our own mental health.
What is it like to live with Bipolar? If you are struggling with a mental illness it can feel incredibly isolating because of the stigma attached to your diagnosis. Today we have an incredible guest, Sara Benbassat, who generously shares her story in order to break the shame around Bipolar and humanize the experience that many people face.