Mass shootings are unfortunately accepted as commonplace in the United States. There are many variables to why people commit mass shootings which range from revenge, allegiance to an organization, passion, mental illness, or just pure dickery. What I’ve noticed is that when this tragedy happens, it often focuses on the perpetrators and the dead victims,… Read More What About the Survivors?
*This is a guest blog post written by the lovely Teresa of Mental Health For Seniors. The holidays are a time of great joy and goodwill. Homes delightfully ablaze with holiday lights, holiday music dominating the airwaves, the hustle and bustle of holiday shoppers, and peaceful evenings by our beautifully lit trees. It seems like… Read More Are You A Senior In Recovery? 5 Tips To Avoid Holiday Temptation And Reclaim Your Life
I recently got into an accident when I was driving. Thank goodness, no one was hurt. A scratch on my bumper, and a scratch on the other driver’s door. The next week after my accident, I nearly hit a pedestrian riding his bike. I didn’t hit him, but he fell over after I startled him.… Read More Hit and Run OCD
Black Friday, which was two Fridays ago, has started the official holiday preparations and shopping. As much as holidays are portrayed to be fun, wonderful, and lovely, it can be considered as one of the most stressful times of the year. The holidays are stressful in terms of choosing gifts for loved ones, preparing event… Read More It’s the Most Stressiest Days of the Year!