5 Steps to Challenge Yourself

Over the past few years, our society has gone through many changes, whether a new job working from home, finding a different place in life, or even making adjustments from losing a loved one. It may not be easy to take these steps in your life, you just need to take on these challenges toContinue reading “5 Steps to Challenge Yourself”

Where Is Your Balance Point?

Where Is Your Balance Point? This is a question that is asked almost regularly every day in one form or another. How we answer this question will help guide us through our lives. There is almost always a way to get a different look at the adversities we face. The way you perceive these adversitiesContinue reading “Where Is Your Balance Point?”

Walk a Mile in My Shoes

Could you “Walk a Mile in My Shoes?” This post is my way of getting out some frustrations I have been dealing with over the last year-plus. Please try to bear with me as I attempt to bring to light the ignorance of administrations. The process which I have gone through is not uncommon forContinue reading “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”

The Many Sides We See

Over the past year, I have been going through some extraordinary changes in my life. I know I am not alone. Whether you are suffering from the effects of COVID or have added COVID to your everyday struggles. The Many Sides We See of ourselves and others have made our lives totally different. One SideContinue reading “The Many Sides We See”

The Here and Now

After a long summer of working around the house I found it was time get moving forward with my life. I want to share with my readers a few things Mostly, what I have gone through and where I will be going. As you may know I have been recently diagnosed with PTSD. I haveContinue reading “The Here and Now”

COPING WITH PTSD

Coping with PTSD may not be as difficult as you would think. Provided you get the right tools and the proper treatment. However, if you continue to fool yourself, it can become life-threatening. My story is simple yet with some complications. I began my career in public safety in 1989 as a volunteer firefighter. TheContinue reading “COPING WITH PTSD”