Hi, sweet friends. First, thank you for all of your sweet comments on my post about my sweet Scouter. We just got home from our trip last night and it’s such an odd feeling to be home and not have him here. I think I’m still in denial. OK. I wanted to recognize Mental Health Awareness Month and share a round up of my mental health posts. They remain some of my most popular posts I’ve ever shared.
As always, I need to remind you that I’m not a mental health professional or doctor. (Breaking news, I know.) I simply write about and share my stories.
I recently shared an anxiety update, which talks a whole lot about grief, too. The two are inextricable for me.
I shared this post at the beginning of the pandemic, when we were all locked in our homes and well, freaking out. Still, I use these anxiety tactics daily.
I shared how I was able to avoid postpartum anxiety the second time around.
Hands down, the most popular mental health post I’ve ever shared.
Depression is a new feeling for me, and it always hits me hard in the first trimester.
My first mental health post. I shared this in 2016, when I was finally coming out of my postpartum anxiety fog.