For almost two months now, we've been reading Romans chapter 8 at church. To summarize, Romans chapter 8 tells us we are more than the sins and labels this world places on us. Whether you're religious or not, I feel like this applies to everyone. We all deserve to be told that we're so much … Continue reading You Are More Than…
I am not a normal Christian, and for some reason that makes me feel uncomfortable. I've tried so many times, but I don't go to church, probably due to my anxiety. Church exacerbates my "odd one out" feeling. I tell myself that everyone there is judging me, that the kids program is probably judging my … Continue reading I Don’t Fit the Mold
The other day, an article came up on social media regarding the views Christians have on mental illnesses. A friend of mine, who is a non-believer, interpreted it as "if you're Christian, you're supposed to rely solely on your faith and the Lord and not seek worldly help". She then asked me what I thought, … Continue reading Faith and Mental Illness
It almost never fails. I find a good routine for myself, I feel really confident in what I'm doing and look forward to seeing my progress in a few months, but then I'm hit with a setback. What was it this time? My lower back. The TLDR version is I have narrowing in the lower … Continue reading I Hate Taking Care of Myself
I haven't posted a blog in longer than I'm happy with, but to be frank, this month has been rough on my mental health. That said, over the past few days I noticed something positive about myself that I definitely link to me being a borderline. Not only do I love fiercely, I care fiercely … Continue reading Assumptions are dangerous.