Divorce hurts more than any breakup, regardless of the circumstances. You part ways with someone you once considered your soul mate and vowed to live the rest of your life with. It doesn’t matter who initiated the divorce or what events led to it, because the loss is undeniable. Filing for Divorce was probably the best course of action, yet it is natural to feel hollow inside. The good news is that whatever you feel right now is temporary. You will eventually move on and start a brand new chapter of your life. In the meantime, let the following tips help you cope with the divorce:Continue reading “8 Tips to Cope with Divorce”
Leading a healthier lifestyle should be something that everyone should aspire to, not only for physical health reasons but for the sake of your mental health too. However, many people are hesitant to commit to a new way of living because they erroneously believe that living healthily is just too costly to maintain. Here’s why it doesn’t have to be. Visit the HoneyBunnyTwee website for more helpful lifestyle tips like these and more!Continue reading “Why Leading a Healthy, Active Lifestyle Shouldn’t Mean Spending More Than You Have To”
Are you struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts? I understand what you are dealing with because I was there for five years after graduation and throughout the quarantine, and there are days that I’m thinking to myself that I will never get to my ‘dream life’ but then I have to remember who I am.
And that is I am the creator of my reality; now I’m reminding you that you’re the creator of your reality.
Your life does not suck. You have a period of life-sucking and you got here through your thoughts thinking thoughts that produce sucking life.Continue reading “Wellness Wednesday: How to Keep Going When You Think Your Life Sucks”
Sinusitis (sinus infection) is a common condition that can be caused by viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Symptoms of sinusitis include painful headaches, facial pain, and pressure, nasal congestion, stuffy nose, postnasal drip, fever, cough, and fatigue.
It often begins with a cold, or other upper respiratory infection. The symptoms are a congested nose, a headache, and pain in the face.
The symptoms of sinusitis are similar to those of a sinus infection, but they occur on both sides of the nose and can last for weeks or months. Allergies or colds left untreated for too long can cause Sinusitis.
When this happens, it can lead to more serious problems such as a full-blown bacterial infection that may require surgery.Continue reading “The Complete Guide to Curing Sinus Infections”
Loss is difficult under any circumstances. But military loss is a different kind of grief.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one in the military is a whole different process. There can be children involved who don’t understand and other relatives who can make things better or more difficult.
Then there’s the added pressure of how to grieve. Everyone expects you to suffer in a certain way and tell you when you’re not grieving how they would like.
They may say you are too upset or not upset enough. There is no right way to grieve.
Grieving is a very personal process, and everyone does things differently.Continue reading “How to Cope With the Loss of a Loved One in the Military.”