A Switch and A Setback

Happy Wednesday/November guys! I hope you had a fun Halloween! I wanted to let you know that I decided to switch up my schedule and post Mental Health Content every other Wednesday now. This just allows me time to get the best posts that I can truely put my heart into for you guys! Now for this week's post:

Instead of sharing more tips I wanted to share more of my journey. Last week was such a rough week for me. I didn't think it was possible to dip so low into anxiety again, but like most things in life it was 100% possible. I had me extremely frustrated and defeated - how could I possibly be anxious again if I sit here at my computer preaching to you all about how I "got over it". 

Unfortunately and to my horrific discovery - there is no end point for mental health when you are finally healed. That sucks to type and it sucked to understand and hear. Don't get me wrong things will get better - they just are not going to be 100% amazing all the time, but if you think about it like I did - that is just life. It is shitty yes, but we humans have been doing this for many years and have survived for so long on days that may not be perfect.

My friend sent me a really amazing quote last week and I wanted to share it with you guys because it really hit home for me:


In life we all seem to be running for the finish line, but what if there just wasn't one? Could that possibly change the way you view setbacks and hard times? It definitely did for me! I am such a survivor and you guys reading this are too - that may sound cheesy but it is the truth. Life in 2017 isn't as easy as the cavemen had it. We put up with a lot of shit, but we are more than capable of getting through all of life's challenges!

I hope you guys have a good rest of your week!!