About Me

I’m a front-line support worker, life-long learner, mom of two mental health advocate and owner of a misbehaving mind. I have worked in the field of mental health for over a decade. But, I have spent even longer going through my own struggles with mental health, self-love, addiction, and everything in between.

Now I am sharing my story in hopes of helping others not feel so alone in their journey.

But here’s the thing, as with all difficult things in life there is a lesson to be learnt. Maybe the lesson from all this is to slow down, love the life we have and the humans we are blessed to have in it. A hug is so much…

But here’s the thing, as with all difficult things in life there is a lesson to be learnt. Maybe the lesson from all this is to slow down, love the life we have and the humans we are blessed to have in it. A hug is so much…

But here’s the thing, as with all difficult things in life there is a lesson to be learnt. Maybe the lesson from all this is to slow down, love the life we have and the humans we are blessed to have in it. A hug is so much…

But here’s the thing, as with all difficult things in life there is a lesson to be learnt. Maybe the lesson from all this is to slow down, love the life we have and the humans we are blessed to have in it. A hug is so much…

It’s no question that hugs are therapeutic. We as humans need touch, it is our way of connecting. In hard times we tend to gravitate towards our people. The loving embrace of our friends and family provides a sense of comfort. Sadly, a lot of us have gone…

It’s no question that hugs are therapeutic. We as humans need touch, it is our way of connecting. In hard times we tend to gravitate towards our people. The loving embrace of our friends and family provides a sense of comfort. Sadly, a lot of us have gone…

The struggle of moving beyond trauma has been a huge part of my life. In fact, I can honestly say I don’t recall a time without this need for healing. This is because I was so young when I became a survivor of abuse. The only thing is, I didn’t know what the route of the problem was for a long time. I blocked it out and forgot. But I didn’t walk through life easily that’s for sure. In fact, forgetting I had been hurt made it hard to move beyond my trauma and not be stuck in my pain. I walked through life broken and feeling misunderstood for a long time. It wasn’t until my life came crashing down and I hit rock bottom that I was finally able to heal and find a better way of living.