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Dealing with Depression and Anxiety

It took me a long while before having the time to write another post. Last year, I thought of revamping my site, giving it a new name, and even hired someone to create a logo and banner which I could use. I told myself that 2019 will be the very year I will get more serious with this blogging journey …

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Mindful | My One Word for 2019

Years ago, I started setting One Word For The Year instead of listing down goals or giving myself a bucket list of things I will not really be able to achieve even until the next year comes in. For so long, I’ve been migrating goals from one year to another because… yep! I have failed to achieve them. Lol. This …

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One Word For 2017: Joyful

I’ve given it a thought even before December 2016 ends. I just got very busy that I had to set aside writing for a while. But here I am, in the middle of February and I am about to share how I came up and why did I choose this One Word to live by for 2017. Surely most of …

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Attending The Feast Renews My Spirit And Faith, And Helps Me Battle Depression

I have been an attendee of The Feast SM Bicutan for almost two months already. It is one of my self-help therapy to slowly recover from depression. I go there every Sunday with my son and husband to receive spiritual talk and fill our spiritual being. And honestly, it’s one of the best things I do every week. Listening to …

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Mommy Retreats | Lord, heal my deepest, darkest, untouchable wounds.

Why does it always feel like I have to ask and beg for almost everything I need in life? Don’t I deserve to be treated they way I treat and love the people closest to my heart? These are the questions I often ask myself. No, I’m not a self-entitled pathetic human being. I’m just a woman so fragile and …

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