In my blog about therapy that I posted a few months ago, I mentioned that I went to pre-marital counseling and learned many great ways to keep a happy, healthy relationship. We also went to a financial literacy class, which was one-part group couples counseling and one-part learning how to save and spend wisely. One… Continue reading 6 Ways to Become an Empathetic Listener
For those of you who struggle with a mental health issue, you know how frustrating, confusing, and exhausting it can be, especially when you have other stressful things to worry about in your life. We know the struggle all too well, so this blog isn't necessarily for us. This blog is for those who aren't… Continue reading Understanding Depression & Anxiety
A lot of people think that gardening is an innate ability, meaning either you're born with it or you're not. This is completely not true -- gardening only requires research and trial and error. There's really nothing more to it when getting started for the first time. I've gardened before back when I was living… Continue reading Find Your Green Thumb!
We live in a society where even mentioning the word therapy will cause people to judge you and think that you're crazy. However, I'm here to tell you that we are not crazy! I've sought counseling on two separate occasions -- I went once to seek help with managing my depression and anxiety, and I… Continue reading Debunking 5 Myths about Therapy