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    Albert Einstein was a brilliant man. Responsible for so many great things that are very much a part of our every day lives. Little did I know years ago that one of his greatest contributions would be this very quote. Not that long ago in my past I would come to discover that very quote. Once I understood what it really meant it would go on to change my life. It would become the very motto I live by. It guided me in my past, it guides me in my present and it will be what guides me through my future. Once you truly understand what it means it will change your life to. 🙏🏻✌🏻🌞🌞🌞

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    You don't have to be 100% healed to move forward with your life

    Listen to the full episode here --->

    #Healing #healingjourney #mentalhealthjourney #MentalHealthAwareness #healingfromtrauma #Trauma #traumahealing

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    Depression Struggles, reminiscing about happy times

    Mental Illness is a constant battle with yourself…. Being surrounded by people that loves you is half the battle. I will Keep on fighting because it’s a crazy world out there but there’s also so much kindness, love and beauty everywhere. I wish for so much but I’m at a point where I really wish for finding my free spirited, truly happy self again
    #MentalHealthAwareness #fightingdepression #deression

    “I started calling that girl back. The girl who loved living, the girl who danced instead of walking.
    The girl who had sunflowers for eyes and fireworks in her soul.
    I started playing music again, hoping she would come out.
    I started looking for beautiful moments to experience, so she would feel safe enough to show herself, because I knew she was in there.
    And she needed my kindness and my effort to come to the surface again.”

    ~ S.C Lourie: Butterflies and Pebbles #MentalHealth #MajorDepression


    Reclaiming your voice after trauma

    This episode is for anyone that has experienced their voice being silenced, shamed, ignored, or humiliated. Sara shares her story of how her voice was shamed and silenced when she was sexually assaulted as a child and then again as a teenager. Through music, therapy, yoga, and meditation she began to heal and reclaim her voice. Over the years, Sara gained enough confidence in her voice to share it with the world. Sara shares her story of how her voice was shamed and silenced as well as how she reclaimed her voice. This podcast episode is so important and one you won’t want to miss because growing up, so many of our voices are silenced and shamed whether through trauma or just being a child and constantly being told to be quiet, be small, be invisible…

    I think this is a conversation you need to hear to help you reclaim your voice and gain the confidence you need to share it with the world.

    Listen to the powerful podcast interview here:

    #silencedandshamed #SexualAssault #traumahealing #Trauma #reclaimingyourvoice #MentalHealthAwareness #MentalHealth #Healing


    Self-Care Sunday

    Read my newest blog about how practicing gratitude can benefit your mindset, your well-being, and your physical and mental health.

    What are you grateful for today?

    #Gratitude #practicinggratitude #gratitudepractice #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthblog #MentalHealthAwareness


    Owning your truth and living authentically

    Paul was born with Cerebral Palsy. His mother was told he would never be able to walk. Growing up Paul was bullied and told he couldn’t do many things due to his Cerebral Palsy or lack of ability or intelligence. Paul had big goals and big dreams but he was ashamed. He was sad and angry all the time. It wasn’t until his coach believed in him that Paul was able to start believing in himself. He wanted to hide the fact that he had Cerebral Palsy but it wasn’t until Paul began accepting himself, loving himself, and owning his truth that he was able to become successful and make his dreams a reality. Paul’s story is important because it illustrates how important our words are and how 1 person believing in you can make all the difference.

    Listen to today’s podcast episode to hear Paul’s inspiring story.

    #CerebralPalsy #MentalHealth #Bullying #mindset #gratitudepractice #MentalHealthAwareness #CerebralPalsyAwareness #mentalhealthblog #mentalhealthpodcast


    What is World Mental Health Day and why is it important?

    Check out my latest blog about World Mental Health Day and why it’s important!

    #worldmentalhealth #WorldMentalHealthDay #MentalHealthAwareness #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthisimportant #MentalIllnessAwareness #mentalhealtheducation