There are many types of situations that require some form of healing. Breakups, fights with friends, the loss of a loved one, experiences of abuse, just to name a few… Although these situations differ incredibly, each one brings us to a state of need, and that is the need for healing. Healing is often thought of as something that comes with time. “Time heals all wounds” … Continue reading Healing: The Choice is Yours
I spent way too much time during my teen years wondering if someone was mad at me. I lived in constant fear that I had made someone, anyone, mad. I was always afraid of upsetting a friend, parent or sibling. Majority of the time, no one was mad or upset. I was just living in fear of something that wasn’t reality. Why did she look … Continue reading Are they mad at me?
Victim: a person who has suffered as a result of someone else’s choices. Survivor: a person who has overcome the sufferings of someone else’s choices. Becoming a SURVIVOR is a delicate process. It’s a choice that only you can make. It is a decision apart from other people’s choices. It is not a “Yes” or “No” answer to the question, “Are you okay?” If you … Continue reading Becoming a SURVIVOR
If you have never stepped foot into a counseling session, you might not know what to expect… Counseling varies among therapists, prices, types of therapy, and issues that counsellors can address. Here are some tips on searching for a “good counselor” a.k.a. The counselor that is going to help YOU with your specific need. 1. Decide the TYPE of counselor you need. Like mentioned in … Continue reading How to Find a *Good* Counselor
This post is a list of resources to suicide prevention hotlines. These resources were found online from reputable websites and have been researched and confirmed as useful. If you or a loved one is contemplating suicide, please call one of these hotlines for help. You can call anonymously and get the help you need today. Continue reading Suicide Prevention Hotlines – Multiple Countries 24/7 services