Category: Everyday Life

Take a peek at what everyday life brings to a diagnosed Manic-Depressive, Psychic, Empath Christian.

New Song “(No More) Coy Ladies”

New Song “(No More) Coy Ladies”

Hey all! I just wanted to share a new hip hop song. It is prophetic in nature, and just wanted to start my day with sending some hope and positive vibes for women. Enjoy! Lyrics are below.   (No More) Coy Ladies By Danielle Durocher What you want out of us wild women? We can…

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Overwhelmed Mama Who Needs to Vent

Overwhelmed Mama Who Needs to Vent

I am not always on the ball as a mother. In fact, probably more often than not, I am playing catch up, reactive instead of proactive, and I have usually lost control some time in the morning. I envisioned something different when I became a mom. I thought I would be this perfect mom, always…

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Interview with Myself: Link Between Quantum Mechanics and True Love? Please read on…

Interview with Myself: Link Between Quantum Mechanics and True Love? Please read on…

  Hello, and welcome to my blog! I have decided to put an effort to writing down some of my scientific theories that I hold in one neat and tidy blog. In this blog: Do I believe in time travel? What do I believe regarding time travel? Can you talk more about the positive and…

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Is Jesus Coming Back in a UFO (UAP)?

Is Jesus Coming Back in a UFO (UAP)?

I had watched a documentary on Netflix called “Top Secret UFO Projects: Declassified”, and it began the series with a fact I was never aware of: there are paintings and depictions of Jesus that shows UFO’s in the background. I used to be a non-believer of extraterrestrials and UFO’s. I had a negative perspective on…

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Top 5 Proteins on a Budget

Top 5 Proteins on a Budget

  It has been my experience that my bipolar moods can be managed if I eat well; specifically, high protein meals with many fruits and vegetables. Carbs really affect my moods. I get cravings and hanger, and I never feel content or satisfied with carbs. With lots of protein, I can fend off those unwanted…

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Being in a Bad Mood – Bipolar Edition

Being in a Bad Mood – Bipolar Edition

Everyone has their bad days from time to time. You might snip at your partner, or seclude yourself in a room for a day. You might swear at a co-worker, or flip a driver off. Whatever it may be, there’s plenty of times where people might have bad day. For people diagnosed as Bipolar, it’s…

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How I Changed My Personality to Be a Better Person

How I Changed My Personality to Be a Better Person

There are two kinds of people in this life: people who believe personalities can change, and those who do not believe they can change. There’s also one good piece of advice: never marry the latter. This is because personalities should change over a lifetime. Being a workaholic in your thirties represses free-spiritedness and spontaneity that…

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Dealing with Anger as a Christian During a Pandemic

Dealing with Anger as a Christian During a Pandemic

I have to admit, and I am sure it is true for many others, but I have been struggling with anger and losing my sense of control over my environment. When something doesn’t go exactly my way, I get frustrated, bitter, irritable, and annoyed. When I perceive that I have been treated unfairly or unjustly,…

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The Do’s and Dont’s for 2021

The Do’s and Dont’s for 2021

We are at the tail end of the pandemic, so things are looking up this year. I can’t imagine this year being much worse than last year… but I could be surprised. We’ve gone through some ups and downs, but in order for 2021 to be better we will have to make some important choices.…

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How to Get Through Work Week (Mom Edition) with Bipolar Disorder

How to Get Through Work Week (Mom Edition) with Bipolar Disorder

Unless you are part of the lucky few who absolutely love their jobs, working is hard. Especially as a bipolar mom. Let me explain. Bipolar mothers are very sensitive emotionally as it is, and especially so towards their little children. Leaving them makes you question your ability to parent, makes you question whether they will…

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Nothing Is As Easy As It Seems…

Nothing Is As Easy As It Seems…

Looking back at how I felt in September (feeling irritable, depressed, tired, etc), going to work has basically only made me have more responsibility. I have to be on call and prepared to leave at a moment’s notice at any given moment. And when I do have the call, I need to prepare Elizabeth’s lunch…

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Accepted for Canada Post as a Delivery Agent!

Accepted for Canada Post as a Delivery Agent!

FINALLY, I got a job! I am officially a delivery agent for Canada Post (formerly letter carrier). I am excited! It was a long process of hiring, with several interviews, tests, background checks and so forth. It isn’t in my hometown, however, it is in Cambridge, which means I will have a commute (about 30…

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Bipolar Parenting During the Pandemic

Bipolar Parenting During the Pandemic

Parenting is tough – being a bipolar parent is even tougher. I have noticed during the pandemic that I have been more irritable; everyday seems to be a struggle. When my baby spills food, I get frustrated because its justĀ one other thing I have to clean (it seems like all I do is clean nowadays).…

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I Was Accepted Into Teacher’s College!

I Was Accepted Into Teacher’s College!

I got in! I received an email from Redeemer’s College that I was accepted! How awesome is that??? I couldn’t get a job, but I got offered admission to a prestigious school! But after talking about it with my husband, since we have so little money, it looks like we are unable to make it…

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Being a Parent with Mental Illness

Being a Parent with Mental Illness

Being a parent with mental illness has its drawbacks, to be sure; however, like any other disability, mental illness can be managed, and managed well. A combination of therapy, medication, and social/family supports all help with setting up the parent for success. Not only that, but being insightful about your illness, knowing when an episode…

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3 Reasons to Go Back to School

3 Reasons to Go Back to School

I am currently in the midst of applying to school. I have applied to a Masters of Divinity at McMaster, teacher’s college at Redeemer University, and at Conestoga College for Medication Administration, Early Childhood Education, and Interior Decorating. I have various reasons for applying to these programs. I wanted to lay them out below to…

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To Go or Not Go Back to School…

To Go or Not Go Back to School…

One of the main reasons why I am applying to school is so that I can be the role model my dear Elizabeth needs. She deserves a mother who follows her dreams and never gives up. But there have been a few dreams that I have put on the back burner… When I first met…

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