I saw this question posed and immediately thought “of course!” I have considered myself to be delightfully quirky for quite some time. I decided to Google the word “weird” and the result surprised me. This word’s first definition is “something supernatural or uncanny”. Then it goes on to mention ghosts, witches and other scary things. … Continue reading Are You the Right Kind of Weird?
I am a spiritual person. My faith in God helps me tremendously in my life and my trials with mental illness. Some of you are with me, some are not and some are in between. The question above is one I’d like to attempt to answer for all of you. This question is really the … Continue reading If God Loves Me, Why Does He Let Me Suffer From Mental Illness?
With an attitude adjustment, you can frame any negative situation into something positive and give your mental health a boost. These tips, which I learned from the incredible writer Brian Pennie, are so powerful! Read about it in my first guest post on The Very Best Top 10 Love, Adrienne ❤️
Just about everything you read regarding ways to improve your mental health advocate the importance of sleep. Sleep is when your body restores itself. When you are deprived of it, you’re much more likely to make mistakes, be forgetful or worse. I know my fuse is short when I’m tired. What about too much sleep? … Continue reading Feeling Tired? 5 Sleep Hacks for Everyone
A few months ago, before The Moody Mom was hatched, I was looking for a volunteer gig where I could take what I’d learned from my own experience with mental illness and help others. I heard about a text crisis line. So I signed up to become a volunteer crisis counselor. For the text crisis … Continue reading When someone tells you they’re suffering: what’s the right thing to say?