There is so much to do at Ohiopyle that you can’t do it all in three days (or rather shouldn’t if you want to relax at all). So to help you narrow the activities down for your trip, I’ve come up with a solid list of five things you must do while in Ohiopyle (with a few personal “pro” tips from my experience).
I have to work every single day to be myself and to fight for my dreams, but it helps to write about my journey and to know that I’m not alone. I hope that my story, or one of the other stories out there about mental illness, help people going through the pain of living with an illness that we still know so little about.
See, anxiety is not always visible. Panic attacks aren’t always loud. Sometimes, you just feel frozen or slightly nauseous or like a weight is on your chest, and if you aren’t used to it, you may not even know that what you’re experiencing is anxiety.
By this point, Dry January was way more than I had expected. My perceptions of my daily habits and myself were warped, and my ability to control my anxiety was dwindling.
The holidays can get a little crazy. Whether you’re traveling or people are coming to stay with you, the break in your normal schedule can be especially hard for those of us with mental health issues. It’s more important than ever to up the self-care and stick to a schedule.
You know those moments when your brain goes into hyper drive? The things you have to do start piling up in your head. You start wondering about what the next week, month, year, or decade will look like for you. You question your past decisions, or that little thing that irked you last week suddenly […]
Let people know that World Mental Health Day is a thing and that it matters just as much as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Down Syndrome Awareness Month and AIDS Awareness Month and every real-life issue that we talk about.