The holidays can be one of the most difficult times to get through lasting two long months of November to December starting as early as October for some as the reminders start to come earlier each year. Thanksgiving and especially Christmas can lead to many to fall into depression and even many leading to suicide. … Continue reading Dealing with Stress, Depression and Aniexty Durning the Holidays Amist COVID
The panic in today’s world is off the charts it seems with the current events of COVID-19, high unemployment and pure instability. Now I can only speak for the United States as this is a global situation. Since our lives have been rocked in the US with over 600,000 deaths, many due to COVID-19 has … Continue reading Being Kinder During These Stressful Times
Recently I had the time and urge to watch the television series Homeland on Hulu. A show that has been off the air for a few years now but one that I truly missed out until now. The main character Carrie Mathison a CIA agent who fights to keep America safe all while carrying around … Continue reading Why We Continue to Stigmatize Mental Illiness?
Art many times imitates life and vise versa, as a film love I always tend to look for the meaning behind the action, drama and love. Over my lifetime I have tried to look at a films message as not every film as a message, some are just pointless and fun. Pointless and boring and … Continue reading How The 2019 Film Joker is a Case Study for How Not To Treat the Mentally Ill.