To My Best Mommy Friend Who Lost Her Father To Covid-19

I’m so sorry for your loss. I never wanted you to understand the pain I do every day so soon. I may know what it’s like to lose a father, but I can’t even imagine the pain you’re feeling right now. It’s a greater pain than I will ever feel because COVID-19 took him from…

Another Year Without My Mom

Time is flying before my eyes. I can’t believe my mom’s death anniversary is here once again. I feel as if she just died yesterday but in reality, it’s been longer. Another year has passed without my mom. I miss you so much especially when I just want her advice when I’m lost. I wish…

Grieving For A Mother Takes Time, So Keep Your Head Up

As I look out the window as the rain falls from the sky, I wonder if the pain of losing my mom would even heal itself or at least I will learn to cope with her death. The truth is I don’t think I will never heal or learn to cope. Why, because a loss…

When Depression Come Knocking on Your Door

If there’s one thing that I learned about depression is take mental health day and do something by yourself. Because sitting home on a foggy day only makes your thoughts wonder inside a fog. You need to take time for yourself, so your mind feels your worth and reminds all the good things in your…

To The Girl Wishing, She Wasn’t Motherless

I never imagine how much pain I would be in seeing others with their mothers until I lost mine. It’s like a knife stabbing into my heart multiple times. I hate feeling envious of other moms with their moms and grandmas with their grandchildren. My heart just broke into a million pieces every time. Some…

20 Anxious Thoughts That Try To Drag Us Down

Anxiety twists all of the thoughts inside of your mind. Anxiety whispers lies into your ears all day long. You can’t help, but listen to every word without second guessing yourself. You wake up every morning wondering what it’s going to tell you today. You stay up late soaking in a bath of negativity; you’re…

Depression Sends Me to Wonderland

Depression tells me many lies throughout the day. It calls me names and brings me down on the daily basis. But the biggest thing depression loves to tell me is I’m always wrong. It’s like I can’t win or hear over the whispers. I wake up every day wondering what depression is going to tell…