Random factoid of the day. I am an empath. Yes, you heard it right. I, Jessica Ann Perry, am a real life empath. "What the hell is an empath?" Now don't get your knickers in a twist my dear reader, I will tell you. You can look it up online and what you will find … Continue reading I Am An Empath
Dear Reader, My last post has been some time ago. Shortly after starting this blog I suffered some of the most horrific anxiety I have suffered to date. I went through months of feeling as if I was starving for air. A lot of soul-searching has taken place. I realized that I was putting too … Continue reading Continuously Recovering
It is now February and 2018 is only just beginning. For me this year is about new opportunities and finding myself. Yes, I know I'm 30 years old. Yes, I know I shouldn't have to find myself. Honey, I have lost myself and found myself so many times that I can't keep count. We do … Continue reading Finding Yourself When You Feel A Little Lost
Notice that I say “be there for someone” and not "help someone”. A lot of times when you see someone you love going through a panic attack the need to rush in and help them or save them can be overwhelming. When in all actuality “helping” them may not always be helpful. Here is … Continue reading How to Be There for Someone Going Through a Panic Attack.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Dear Restless Sleeper, Why is it that when it is 2 o'clock in the morning that is when anxiety wants to come out and play? The great thing about anxiety (you'll learn to pick up on my subtle sarcasm; though I've been told I sound too serious) is that all … Continue reading 2am Wake up Call
Dear Tea Drinking Yoga Lover, My favorite cup of tea to start the day is matcha green tea because it makes me feel like I’m going to lose weight. Though I know good and well the percentage that my favorite tea is the cause of my losing weight is relatively small; still I drink the … Continue reading A Cup of Tea, a Little Yoga, & a New Day
Dear Poor Emotionless Souls, Maybe the reason that so many people are driven mad by their emotions is because we live in a society that tells us that any feelings that we could have that isn’t a positive one is bad and that we should do everything in our power to eliminate those feelings. Maybe … Continue reading It’s Okay to Feel