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Hi, my name is EveyRosenbloom!

I am excited to introduce myself and share my story with you. Two years ago, I hit my lowest point and was struggling with severe anxiety and depression. It was a dark and difficult time, and I felt like there was no hope for me. But then, my daughter said something that changed everything: "Mommy, you can choose to be happy."

Those words inspired me to delve into the research and find all the ways I could pull myself out of the darkness. I ended up getting certified in positive psychology and the science of well-being as part of my own healing journey. And let me tell you, it has made all the difference. I went from being bedridden to completely getting my life back. The vertigo that had been plaguing me due to a vestibular migraine diagnosis faded, and I was able to start dancing and skating around the house with my kids and waking up early in the morning to swim and go ride horses.

I am happier than ever, and I don't take anything for granted. I continue to practice everything I learned – gratitude, journaling, affirmations, mindfulness, exercise, eating to beat depression and anxiety, filtering out unnecessary stressful content, and doing more of what makes me happy.

I also started a podcast called Choose to Be Happy, where I interview experts in the field of mental health every week to share with others how they too can be happy, regardless of their circumstances. I truly believe that anyone can choose to be happy, and I hope that my podcast can help inspire and empower others to do the same.

Here is a link if you want to check it out:

I am so grateful to be a part of this community, and I can't wait to connect with all of you and share more of my journey. Thank you for reading!

Evey Rosenbloom

#MightyTogether #Anxiety #Depression #OCD #MentalHealthAwareness #wellnessjourney #selfcarematters #healingjourney #positivityiskey #selflovejourney #happinessisachoice #mentalhealthrecovery #overcominganxiety #depressionawareness #anxietyawareness #mindfulnessmatters #mentalhealthsupport #MentalHealthAdvocacy #mentalhealthcommunity #positivepsychology #PositiveVibes #scienceofwellbeing #ChooseToBeHappy

‎Choose to Be Happy on Apple Podcasts

‎Society & Culture · 2022
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How writing can help you heal

Samantha was sexually assaulted in 2003 and she kept it a secret until 2014. For years, Samantha struggled with her mental health. She became depressed, suicidal, and hated herself. She was always a writer but stopped writing after she was assaulted. She completely lost herself.

In 2014, Samantha moved to Canada. She realized that this was an opportunity to start over. This was her chance to heal. Samantha began writing a blog to process her sexual assault. Her writing took her on a journey of self-love and healing. Her assault no longer controlled her or her life.

How writing can help you heal - AccordingtoDes

#SexualAssault #SexualAssaultSurvivor #rapesurvivor #MentalHealthAwareness #MentalHealth #healingthroughwriting #Selflove #selflovejourney #Healing #healingjourney

How writing can help you heal - AccordingtoDes

Samantha Laycock is a 37 year old woman living in Calgary, Alberta. She’s originally from Oakfield, Wisconsin. Samantha has been married for 16 years and is the mother of 3 children. Samantha was sexually assaulted in 2003 and kept it a secret until 2014 when she decided to share it by starting her first blog […]
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recovery really isn't linear 📈 #healingjourney

really relating to this piece (and many others) by @soolooka (on Instagram)

On my healing journey I've learned that my thoughts create my reality.

By becoming aware of the stories I am telling myself I am able to learn that I do not need to respond to every feeling or thought I have. Learning how to react in a way that is congruent with who I am and who I am becoming is a process of constant change and re-evaluating what coping skills are working and being open to feedback. It can be so uncomfortable to look at myself, but also freeing. Healing is complex.

I can choose my truth(s). I can let go of controlling my thoughts and emotions, let them wash over me and accepting them, in turn accepting myself. What is more powerful than that ❤

Radical self acceptance and self love is a constant work in progress for me. Slowing down, letting go of control and allowing things to be what they are, does not always come easily to me - maintaining a balance in this world full of distractions takes an effort and willingness to believe I'm worth it, and that's a whole other struggle, but it's all related.

Mind, body, soul, it is all connected. This journey is constantly reminding me of that and the rabbit whole of healing continues 💞

By practicing self exploration and self compassion I (and everyone on a healing journey💫💛) am able to dig deeper and ask myself where the emotions are coming from, and begin to figure out what is needed to heal 💛
#allworkisselfwork #shadowwork #innerchildhealing #spiritualgrowth #radicalselfacceptance #darknightofthesoul #healingjourney #mentalhealthjournaling #changingmymindset #selflovejourney

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Self love Journey

The biggest thing I struggle with is finding ways to love myself. I can pick out something I don’t like about myself so much easier than I could about something I like. To remind myself to love myself everyday I write affirmations on my mirror. Even though I might not say it out loud daily, i can’t help but ready it.


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My moment of grief.

I know the username, “Positivity Pusher”, may paint a picture of perfection. The picture of someone skipping with joy, displaying a gigantically beautiful smile while waving and offering a sweet hello to every person passing probably popped into your mind but today was contrastingly different!

Imagine someone driving home with the radio turned off, tears running down her face while hoping no one would see her pain.

I was on the way home and, all of a sudden, those all too familiar thoughts and questions started to flood my mind! You may be asking “What kind of thoughts and questions?”. I’ll answer that question! Thoughts of my husband being happy with his new girlfriend, thoughts of him lovingly embracing her and the questions of “Why wasn’t I worthy of his love anymore?”, “Why did he protect her but not me?”, “Why will I have to spend another birthday alone while his was probably filled with love and romance?” But most importantly, “Was my mental illness struggle an embarrassment to him?”

I had my moment! I acknowledged those feelings and allowed myself to release the pain. I cried! I wondered about the answers to those questions but I REFUSED to let it OVERTAKE me!

Please understand, IT HAS NOT BEEN EASY! It’s been a long and slow journey but I’m healing! Healing does not mean complete elimination of pain; it means moving on from the pain!

Think about it! Why waste tears and energy over someone who clearly doesn’t find me worthy of his?

I may not mean much to him but that’s ok! I’ve learned that I mean everything to myself!

I am WORTHY. I am UNIQUE. I am BEAUTIFUL. I am simply ME and that is ENOUGH! ❤️

#CheckInWithMe #MentalHealth #DistractMe #ObsessiveCompulsiveDisorder #Divorce #MightyTogether #Positivity #selflovejourney

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Beauty Out of Ashes

Defining Moments
Many of us that struggle with trauma can pin-point the defining moment in our life when "everything changed". For some it's been hours, for others it's been years, and still for others its been decades.
These ashes of trauma filter through our brain and keep us locked on that "defining moment". Stopping us from ever truly enjoying life again. But there can be some beauty out of these ashes if we choose to let them.
Most of us go about this trauma the wrong way. We either hide, ignore, run, or we put it on a pedestal blaming all of our actions on it. Either way is unhealthy.
I've found through my own experience, and now trauma coaching, is that we can heal from this trauma, as we face it, change our perspective of it, learn from it, and recognize that we can find the some beauty from it.
If you struggle with trauma I'd encourage you to get some help to work through it. If i can be that help please reach out. Link is in the bio
#selfloveclub #selflovematters #youareenough #gratitudejournal #Selfcompassion #Selfimage #radicalselflove #selflovejourney #Selfacceptance #MentalHealthAwareness #selflover #confidencequotes #MentalHealth #Care #gratitudeattitude #Gratitude #findyourself #Selfworth #selfcaretips #StrongerTogether #selflovery #Selflove #selflovequotes #selfcareroutine #dailycalm #nourishyoursoul #selfcare #selfcarecoach

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