Mental Health and Me

Before we begin, I know, I know. I missed Wednesday’s posting. Life things, specifically mental health things, were making it difficult to even go to class, much less dedicate an hour to writing a blog post. The last thing I wanted to do was post something that lacked energy, especially considering the state my mind was in. Now it’s nearly a week later, as well as mental health awareness week, and I decided that I wanted to write about something that actively impacts my life as well as the lives of millions of people. So, without anymore introduction, here is something that hopefully can contribute to the conversation.


What I’ve Learned About Being Single

First of all, I know, I know, it’s been over a week since my last post. With school kicking into high gear and just for the sake of my own sanity, I’ve decided to post every Wednesday instead of every Monday and Friday. This gives me plenty of time to make sure that the content I’m creating for all of you is as wonderful as it should be.

Secondly, since it’s Valentine’s Day, I only thought it appropriate to write some sort of post related to love. And then I remembered how hopelessly single I am and decided that writing a post for all of my other single people out there would be more my style. So, keep on reading to find out what I’ve learned in all my years of being single!

The Death of Silence

Hello everyone! So I know it’s a new month which usually means I post my book of the month or something like that, but I really wanted to do something a little different. Recently in my speech class, we had to write a eulogy. We could do a person, a pet, or even an idea. I decided to go with an idea and did the death of silence, more specifically, the death of silence in regards to sexual assault. I was really happy with the end result and wanted to share it with all of you here. I hope you enjoy it.