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Drowning in the Riptide of Depression

Drowning in the Riptide of Depression

JournalingIBD wrote a status update on Facebook the other day. She was expressing her raw emotions about how she has been feeling recently. After receiving such positive feedback, Marisa wrote another post where she explained that she often struggles with whether or not she should share such posts on social media and/or her blog, when what she has to … Continue reading

A Daughter for Life #HAWMC Day 5

A Daughter for Life #HAWMC Day 5

April 5th’s #HAWMC Prompt: Breaking News The top story of today is…YOU. Share with your readers your proudest accomplishments in the last 5 years. Don’t be shy, tell us everything!  Side note: I am so behind, I might not do every prompt given. This is the first time I’ve attempted this, and with everything I have … Continue reading

Creature of Habit  #HAWMC Day 4

Creature of Habit #HAWMC Day 4

April 4th #HAWMC Prompt: Creature of Habit: What good habits, (health or otherwise,) do you have? Do you have a routine that you follow every morning? Are there any bad habits you wish you could break? Since working with children and adults with autism and other emotional, behavioral, and psychological illnesses, I have become a huge believer … Continue reading

Featured Blog: ticklestogiggles.blogspot.com

I have been having a hard time writing, so I decided to share blogs or blog posts that I have come across that share a message that rings true with me. One of the most important topics, to me, is character education for children. Children are inherently non-judgemental, kind, and eager to please. Every interaction … Continue reading