I want my readers to do some deep reflection when it comes to the things you’re allowing in your life, in your space.
Come with me on this two part journey where we explore the life of Cathy Ulrickson
Another day, another guest post and this time it’s with the lovely Charlotte Underwood from the UK! She’s here to speak about her experiences with her mental health journey.
In the next 5 days, I’ll be listing some things (cliche or not) that I’m extremely grateful for and I’m doing this to remind myself of the great things that I’ve experienced in my life that I don’t give myself enough credit for or for the great things that I have and I don’t show much appreciation for. This is to ground me. To interrupt my anxiety. Thank you for reading.
Living with depression can be hard. But when you’re a Christian, it can somewhat be way harder. It’s still something that affects me a lot and I know there are people out there that feel the same way.
Forget the voices in your head. Forget the demands of those around you. You’re not running out of time.