A wild mind, in no way mundane or constant.
Always thinking, evolving, moving.
We are weaponizing self-care, especially in workplaces
Self-care is a new buzzword, especially in the workplace. And like most buzzwords, it’s popular for reasons that have nothing to do with its original intent. It’s a word like any other word that can be said without action behind it, effectively rendering it useless. First, it’s important to state the cause of employee wellness is a good and honorable one. Since employees spend so…Keep reading
Hope is not what we say it is
We need to stop using the word “hope” like it is an antidote for those struggling with their mental health.Keep reading
Panic, my story- part 1
I had my first panic attack my sophomore year of college. I was sitting in my then boyfriend’s apartment, on his roommate’s ugly hand-me-down couch. We were watching something on Netflix, getting ready to go to a party. To echo the common description of panic attack symptoms, I felt like I was having a heart attack. Some invisible being was choking me and I couldn’t…Keep reading