Red Flags: How I acknowledged, accepted, and avoid physical and Emotional Abuse. #15

Emotional and physical abuse takes on of many forms. I feel as if I should be walking into a room full of people, taking a seat, and introducing myself. Well, here it goes. “Hi, my name is Katrina, I am 35 years old and today I realized that I have spent most, if not all, of my relationships either being abused or being the abuser”.

Opening the Conversation Gates for Mental Illness, particularly Bipolar Disease. #14

Let’s be honest with each other and have a tough conversation. If you or someone you know is suffering from an emotional and/or mental health disorder, please know that you have NEVER been alone.

How to Transition from Life-long Depression to Life-long Recovery. #13

Any story of recovery is an awful story to admit, and most of the conflict is an internal fight. Recovery has a lot of beginnings and a long tunnel that you can feel lost in most of the time. The truth is, there is light at the end of the tunnel, and I Am Living … Continue reading How to Transition from Life-long Depression to Life-long Recovery. #13

5 things that successful people have in common for building self-confidence. #12

Why are some people more confident than others? Is your lack of confidence holding you back from growing to become successful? Do you know how to build self-confidence? Here are some simple things that confident people have in common. The good news about self-confidence is that it is learned. We are not born with self-confidence. … Continue reading 5 things that successful people have in common for building self-confidence. #12

Learn how you and your brain are able to turn lessons into growth. #11

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com There are moments when I shock myself at how many screw ups I can make. I am not a stranger to mistakes or lessons. I am writing this to help those who are walking a similar path I did, so you do not walk within my foot prints. I am … Continue reading Learn how you and your brain are able to turn lessons into growth. #11

Are You Using Bad-Mouthing to Boost Your Social Power? #10

Are you and your company prepared and able to handle negative comments and bad-mouthing on social media? Let’s acknowledge it, there are people who follow you because they respect you and there are those that follow you to keep tabs on you; just waiting for a moment that you mess up.

How to Help Someone Who Won’t Help Themselves. #9

I recently had a conversation with someone about how to help someone who won’t help themselves. This made me think back to my teens and 20’s. This made me think about how I would unconsciously relive scenes of abuse over and over in my mind. It wasn’t until my early 30’s that I decided to … Continue reading How to Help Someone Who Won’t Help Themselves. #9