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Mending Mental Mayhem - Abuse and Disability

I have long been a believer that our mind is the most important part of our health. In some ways, the brain is a slave to our mind. 3,966 more words

Patricia's Story

It’s been a difficult, yet enlightening journey recovering from a brain injury.

It began with a concussion sustained in a fall on October 10, 2016. I tripped as I walked down my attic stairs. 1,246 more words

Survivor Stories

The Fragile Home - Resource & Restoration

For many people, nothing brings more hope for relief after a long frustrating week like Fridays. Thank goodness for Friday right? Well, chances are if you are a disabled household, or caring for a family with medically fragile members in chronic crisis, Friday does not carry the same joyful anticipation of rest, healthier households look forward to.   3,417 more words

Breaking My Silence

Do you ever feel like God is telling you do to something, but that thing terrifies you? And so you keep yourself as busy as possible with as many little time-consuming tasks as you can. 1,186 more words

Mr. Wonderful

My Guts Are Trustworthy

Help Haven Guide: Tuesday Article – January 23rd, 2018

The overwhelming job of managing a household full of medical problems is rough. Days melt together, weeks merge and before you realize it another year has passed. 1,496 more words


CN:  First linked article contains graphic description of sexual misconduct and lack of consent.

As the #MeToo movement continues to grow, we have to reckon with the fact that many public figures we’ve admired will come under the radar.  635 more words

Sexual Assault

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We apologize for sporadically writing on this particular Blog, aside from life happening, writing here brings back some very strong emotions and memories, it takes its toll both Mentally as well as Emotionally. 337 more words