Tag: lonely

You Are Not Alone!!

You are not alone. I repeat, you are not alone. At times it may feel like you’re the only one struggling. Like you’re the only one that knows what you’re going through. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness. That means whatever you’re struggling with, chances are…

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Checking in

While staying in contact with friends and loved ones is important, asking “how are you?” can seem habitual. It’s is a perfectly normal way to begin a conversation or meeting and understood as a polite way to express concern, to which “I’m fine” or “Good” are socially acceptable responses. But is “how are you?” really…

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You Don’t Have To Do This Alone!!

Once again, about 1.5 months into this social distance lock-down, there is a ton going on in the world right now. Schools are closed, jobs are being cut, businesses are being lost, the future is uncertain. All of these things are enough to create anxiety, then add the everyday worries. Here’s your gentle reminder that…

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Control What You Can Control.

Although most of us heard about the Coronavirus before it hit the United States and put a stop to what was our normal routine, none of us were prepared of how it would impact us. So today’s question is: what are you doing everyday to keep yourself sane? I’m not talking about hard things, I’m…

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