Anyone ever break down in front of their coworkers? I have! There’s nothing greater than an embarrassing early morning freak out… Below are some of the ways that helped me out of my panic attack. Enjoy! Understand your anxiety Know what your triggers are. If you can avoid the panic/stress then do so. It’s much … More How to Gracefully Embarass Yourself at Work
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! 🦃 Each day that I wake is an extreme blessing for me. Life moves fast and within the snap of a finger, anything can happen. So let’s all be thankful for the persons and things we do have. Last year today I spent my first half of thanksgiving in St. Josephs Regan … More Waking Up Next To Him
This is a post from my Instagram @T_scorner. I wouldn’t normally take from there but I felt this was important. Hope you enjoy! YOUR OPINION IS NOT MY REALITY‼️ Afternoon everyone! I hope you are all enjoying your Thursday so far. I am, Ive gotten a great nights sleep in privacy and I feel awesome. … More YOUR OPINION IS NOT MY REALITY!
I feel like no one really knows how I feel. I feel like everyone tries to tell me how to feel. No, it doesn’t work like that. I am allowed to feel however it is that I feel. I feel like I’ve already had so much taken from me but my feelings? Cant take that. … More Imagine That…
Yes, you read the title correctly. It isn’t that easy. I just learned how to say no and I am nearly 21. For years I had problems telling people no for numerous reasons. For example, I felt like I was being mean or I thought the person would actually hate me. As I got older … More How To Say NO — Understanding Why I’ts Ok To Say NO
Everyone has their own way to express themselves. For me, it’s blogging. I’ve contemplated writing about this and asked for opinions but at the end of the day, I’m going to do what I think is best for me anyway. Two days ago I was told to leave my “home”. I packed my suitcase and … More More Life: Part 1
A year ago around this time, I wrote a poem for school about my transition through depression. I was proud of my self for getting through it. Unfortunately, I ended up in the hospital months later but I got through it again. It’s all a wave. I went up and down for years. Each time … More My Own