In life's amazing journey, we begin and end with love.
Hello there! I’m Yeka and I love LOVE. My heart goes pitter patter at the sound of my hubby’s loving voice. I'm undeniably a hopeful romantic haha! My smile shines from east to west when I bond with my family. My passion for lifelong learning further ignites when I train and serve my students. My eyes sparkle with gratitude when I recount the billion blessings I enjoy. My soul embraces the horizon when I share the countless miracles I witness. In my journey, I stay in awe of the simple yet profound truth. IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVE. ❤️
It’s no surprise that so many people love this truly amazing lady! She is one of my favorite bloggers here on WordPress! Thanks with so much LOVE, dear Pooja!!! ❤️💚💙🧡💛💜❤️💚💛💜💙❤️💜💛🧡💙💛💚💜❤️🧡💚💜❤️
Thank you so much to Yeka for not only nominating me for this award but creating it to help spread the message of love in the WP community! Yeka is such an amazing person that I was lucky enough to get to know better by working with her on a post for her blog. As […]
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MIRRORS: A special series of Reflections on Life and Love ❤️
I would like to say “Thank You” to Yeka for giving me the honor of writing this Guest Post.
We go through life taking care of our personal medical, sometimes spiritual, but when it comes to our mental health we give little regard to it, until we come face to face with a crisis. A crisis that overtakes us without warning. It can be triggered by a sudden death of a loved one, a tragedy within the family unit.
My first experience with a mental health crisis was with a family member experiencing signs of schizophrenia. It seemed to come out of the blue without any warning.
The next crisis
would be my own, attempted suicide via an overdose of sleeping pills. The
trigger was total burnout, and a crisis of faith. Things that I just couldn’t espouse any more.
I would experience several more episodes, then diagnosed
bi-polar. With help from a psychiatrist
and proper medications I am stable. I have learned through all this how to
recognize the start of panic attacks, with learned coping skills I can avert a
full blown attack.
My advice to the reader is to take time to deal with stress whether it be at work, school, or at home.
Never go to bed angry, learn skills to release the anger in a healthy manner.
Have a proper intake of nutrition, we are what we eat.
Be thankful not only for the big things, but, for the tiniest.
You only have one mind, it matters what you do with it!
GATES: A special series that focuses on healthy self-love, self-value, self-care, self-nurturing, and self-empowerment. ❤️