Building my body for me building my mind for me, but deciding to help build others is the biggest blessing of my life. let’s stop the judging, the bullying, the abuse, neglect, absent parents, suicide, and the list can go on. Just like you can transform your self, you can help transform others by giving them the confidence and being a friend
We agreed that we were going to do at least one thing that makes me happy! Everyday I try my best. Seasonal affective disorder gets me harder on raining days. However, I wasn’t going to let that stop me. I put on some warm and comfortable cloth and snickers, took my huge umbrella and went walking to the theater. I love exercising, but with my lack of energy I can’t do much, but I walked two miles to the theater. I went to see Black Panther. It was a great movie. It combines action, comedy and romance. I loved it. And after the movie was over, I walked back home another two miles. Don’t ever stop trying. This is an everyday battle. Work hard because summer is about to come to bring you joy! #seasonalaffectivedisorder#depression#fightingdepression#nomoredepression#blackpanther#walking#summerisalmosthere
Weeeeepaaaa los sabados, lo hacemos juntas tambien!!! El corillo me encanta verlas, dicen que eres la energia que atraes, bueno so continuemos reuniendonos entonces, porque esta energia me encanta!! Yo creo que somo capaces de hacer todo lo que nos prpongamos despues que escuches a tu corazon, hagas el trabajo y te des un due date un un timeline!! Necesitas apoyo, necesitas una fit familia, te invito a mi reto te invito a que comienzes el 5 de Marzo, ESCRIBEME!
This image is so important to me because this was when my postpartum depression began to lift after having Savannah. I had no idea that I was even experiencing postpartum depression. I didn't feel depressed. But I had ZERO desire to take pictures at all, even of my girls, and that should have been my clue that something was off. In fact, even with this session, I had to force myself to enjoy it. But what was important at the time was that I was getting myself back out there, which was a huge step forward. I thought postpartum was a feeling. My OB even asked if I felt sad, which I didn't. But for me it was a lack of feeling. I just didn't care about the things I used to care about before giving birth. It's taken over a year to feel back to myself. But I'm so glad I feel things again, like my LOVE for photography. I'm putting this out there to just give postpartum another picture. And to hopefully make you feel like you're not alone in case you're feeling the same way.