Political Stress in Trump’s America

After the midterm elections, no matter the results, turn off the news and disconnect from social media to prevent political stress. Try to take your mind off of the state of our country and disconnect from all of the political spin and fear mongering. Unlike no other time in our country, politics is causing Americans depression, fear, anger, and anxiety. Continue reading “Political Stress in Trump’s America”

Lady Gaga: Unconsciously Communicating Lies

Lady Gaga got it right in her speech at Yale when she emphasized the realization that we unconsciously lie to ourselves and to others. As my last post titled Dictate Your Own Happiness stated, sometimes we give too much of our power to other people instead of making our own happiness. Continue reading “Lady Gaga: Unconsciously Communicating Lies”

Dictate Your Own Happiness

In my own journey of health and wellness, I noticed that the thoughts and behaviors of others were dictating my happiness. We often allow others to have too much power in our life decisions. You only live one life, and you alone have the power to dictate your own happiness without considering the opinions of others. Continue reading “Dictate Your Own Happiness”

Self-Reflection Journaling

Self-Reflection journaling isn’t a new trend in battling anxiety or analyzing coping skills. It’s rather therapeutic and allows you to redirect your focus from the bull shyt of the day, analyze your thoughts, and set new goals.  Continue reading “Self-Reflection Journaling”

Curvy Girls Dance Too

It’s important for the masses to know that curvy girls dance too. We can kick our legs high, bend our backs far reaching, and shake our azzes with sexy perfection. Continue reading “Curvy Girls Dance Too”