Author: Samantha



〰Very Important Note For My Readers/Followers〰 The site address has changed as of today so for those of you that were able to find the new site on your own… awesome. Otherwise, I...


Keeping Your Mental Health Happy

Keeping Your Mental Health Happy By: Samantha Steiner In order to maintain stability with your mental health, there are a few things that you need to do on a regular basis to keep yourself healthy in mind and body. I...

What you can try to do Instead of Self-Injuring 0

What you can try to do Instead of Self-Injuring

What you can try to do Instead of Self-Injuring If you are a self-injurer and you are looking for alternatives to your method of harming (we’ll say cutting since that is my first choice)...

Coming Back to Blogging 0

Coming Back to Blogging

So I decided that I am going to try blogging on this site again. I realized that SOME of my past blogs weren’t exactly up to par, so I am going to TRY to...

Bipolar Disorder Info 0

Bipolar Disorder Info

The struggle of living with Bipolar Disorder (manic-depression) is real, regardless if you are newly diagnosed or have been diagnosed for years.  Bipolar Disorder can be a debilitating disorder if left untreated. It can...

29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years 0

29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years

29 Things I Have Learned in 29 Years After losing someone that you love, the pain eventually begins to dull after a while. You will never forget that person but time really does make...

Work vs. Life Balancing Tips 0

Work vs. Life Balancing Tips

Balancing a number of roles can be difficult, whether those roles are being a parent, partner, friend, employee, student, sibling, child or whatever else. At times, these different roles can compete for your time and...

ADHD/ADD Signs and Symptoms 0

ADHD/ADD Signs and Symptoms

A person with ADHD/ADD may have some or all of the following symptoms Difficulty paying attention to details and tendency to make careless mistakes in school, or work or activities; producing work that is...

Different Types of Bipolar Disorder 0

Different Types of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar I Having this type of bipolar disorder means you have experienced at least one manic episode.  The mania needed to have lasted for at least a week, or to be severe enough that hospitalisation was...