5 Month Update; August 2017

It’s been since March 2017 that I have even made a post in my blog, maybe because I haven’t overly felt the need to make a post and a slight lack of motivation to make one. It’s crazy to know … Continue reading

Having Borderline Personality

I always grew up differently from the rest around me my age, at least where I went to school it was different, weird, and maybe the odd one out. When I hit grade 1 I was already diagnosed with ADHD … Continue reading

Social media & websites for Recovery: Week 8

Good Afternoon everyone, This will most likely be a quick blog post, but I am here to share some of the social media accounts, websites and so forth that I follow or use to help through my recovery and mental … Continue reading

Experiencing the real me: Week 7

The greatest feeling I’ve felt in years is the feeling of being healthy, in control, and happy. I am now in week 7 of my recovery and its been a hard but a beautiful journey even over these few weeks, … Continue reading

Week 1 Update: June 1st- June 7th 2015.

Good day beautiful people, I am here with my week 1 update while being in the HSC Program 🙂 This was a pretty exhausting week in general, mostly because of the struggle & emotions that I felt and dealt with! … Continue reading

As days get closer; Update

Good evening beautiful people, Well I am here to bring you another small update, I have 3 more shifts left at my job before I take my sick leave for 3 months to enter my outpatient program at the HSC … Continue reading

Allowing yourself to be vulnerable


Photo Credit: John Woods

https://shar.es/1rXPfP <– link to the Winnipeg Free Press article

Today is the day I was featured in the Winnipeg Free Press , Today is a special day specifically because of this, because after almost 13 years of battling I have allowed myself to be vulnerable enough to allow the world to see exactly what my battles are, and here is hoping that this not only helps me to fight harder but help those who are far to afraid to speak of their own battles because “ED” always wants us to keep it quiet.

There comes a time in everyones life where we either give up or go hard, I decided to go hard because there was no point in giving up anymore when I already had tried to do that and survived it, so the only step I had next was becoming a better person, a stronger person and opening myself up to the world around me.

I hope that with this article coming to light I can gather enough support and be able to fight for those who feel like you will just die because it feels never ending, 3 more weeks and I will be in program and I will beat this because I have amazing people like you.

https://shar.es/1rXPfP <– link to the Winnipeg Free Press article