As a result of my personal experiences I’ve grown more picky with who and how I invest my time, energy and respect. I think more carefully about the decisions I make fully aware of how the choices of my past has negatively impacted me, my emotional and financial health and those around me.
I was loading the dishwasher when I realized how bad I felt. I was sad. Sad like something bad happened. It reminded me of how I felt after the loss of my sister. It was in that moment I acknowledged the direct connection between my emotions and menopause. Like so many other women in the ∞
Did you know? One in five adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, experiences mental illness in a given year? (National Alliance Mental Health) It doesn’t matter where I am or who I’m talking to “depression” usually finds its way into the conversation. The current state of affairs, discord and day-to-day challenges can leave us feeling empty…… Continue reading Mental Unwellness Day