Healthy Eating & Mental Health; Are they really interconnected?

There’s a lot of scrutiny when it comes to mental health problems, exercise, and healthy eating. People tend to be on polar opposite sides of the spectrum and get easily offended if they even hear of the other side. It’s important to remember that it is a spectrum and...

Peach the Service Corgi: Stage Two Training

Peach The Service Corgi: Stage Two I apologize for not posting about Peach’s training on here lately, life has been a little hectic with the new school year and work. But I’m here today to tell you about our past few months of training and update you on Peach’s...

Eating Disorders & The Holiday Season

Every minute someone dies of a direct result from an eating disorder Having an eating disorder is hard enough so when the holidays come around it can become pretty intense. The thoughts of your disorder such as binging, purging, and restricting don’t take break during...

How I face daily ableism in University

How I face ableism in university on a daily basis  Having a service dog on campus makes my life a million times easier and allows me the opportunity to go to classes and feel safe on campus. Peach offers me the support I need for the functioning problems my disability...
GUEST POST: Knowing When to End Therapy

GUEST POST: Knowing When to End Therapy

“One likely doesn’t think much about therapy’s unavoidable end as they choose to start seeing someone, at least I didn’t. I started therapy for social anxiety in the summer of 2016 and I ended my time with that therapist almost exactly two years later. Once I...