anxiety

WHEN THE FOG CLEARS // Finding a way through postpartum depression

March 15, 2017

I’ve never shied away from talking about my struggles with postpartum depression and anxiety. In fact, while I was pregnant with my first child, Ari (now 4.5), I had a sneaking suspicion that I would be one of the 600,000 women in the United States each year to develop Postpartum Depression (PPD). I felt… prepared. […]

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i am my own worst enemy // but it will all be okay

September 23, 2015

Sometimes I get in my own head. I start to panic because it’s pretty much the worst place to spend a significant amount of time. I am THE BEST at doomsday scenarios, in every facet of my life. Seriously. I can jump from nothing to worst case scenario in 2 seconds flat. It’s a horrible […]

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weekly mantra // don’t forget to breathe

January 26, 2015

It may seem like breathing should be an easy concept; something that comes naturally. But for someone that has been suffering from some serious anxiety, it just isn’t that easy. While I was running yesterday Alexi Murdoch’s “Breathe,” came on iTunes. And I started to lose it. Tears while running is something new for me. […]

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