Let’s talk about our trauma and work through it together. Let’s fight like hell to normalize the discussion of mental health with people of color.
Sometimes when you have a mental illness, you feel the urge to apologize to others for being an inconvenience on their lives. You feel like a burden so you withdraw and distance yourself.
I’m not one to be consistent with pills and prescriptions. It’s a horrible trait, but I stand in my truth. Due to my struggle with commitment (and I mean that in so many ways, honey), I looked into other ways to deal with my anxiety and depression. I began typing this post a week ago,Continue reading “Coping for Kobe: 20 Alternative Healing Methods for 2020”