My name is Wil Wheaton. I live with chronic depression, and I am not ashamed. — Discover

“At that moment, I realized that I had lived my life in a room that was so loud, all I could do every day was deal with how loud it was. But with the help of my wife, my doctor, and medical science, I found a doorway out of that room.” via My name is Wil … More My name is Wil Wheaton. I live with chronic depression, and I am not ashamed. — Discover

“Birds of A Feather Flock Together” And Other Reasons People Miss Out in Relationship — Kayla’s Corner

At the time I met one of my oldest friends, we were in the 10th grade. She wore eyeliner, band T-shirts and vans. I had a country accent that stood out like a weed in a garden at my new school and two pairs of cowboy boots in my closet. She was nice to me, […] … More “Birds of A Feather Flock Together” And Other Reasons People Miss Out in Relationship — Kayla’s Corner

Take Up Space

At Live a Well Life, Rose pens a letter to her former self. “I want you to know, that this body of yours, the one you berate, the one you use to control the chaos that is your life right now, this body is going to do something amazing one day.” via Take Up Space — … More Take Up Space

Hope For Recovery 2018

Greentree Counseling Center was pleased to be invited to an event held at Kent State Trumbull Campus on March 3rd.  The event focused helping grandparents raising grandchildren due to the opioid crisis.  Agencies from across the Valley were there to help with information and support.  Presentations included “A Grandmother’s Journey” by Bonnie Wilson.  Bonnie spoke … More Hope For Recovery 2018

The Little Girl Who Survived 🙌 — Journey to Wellness

As I reflect over my adolescence and young adulthood, I have recently sought to identify the factors that have contributed to my success. First, when I say success, I mean success. Most young people who grew up in Detroit and faced the childhood trauma that I have, just did not make it. Not that I […] … More The Little Girl Who Survived 🙌 — Journey to Wellness

It’s Time To Let Go Of Your Stuff — Oasis Addiction Recovery Society

Humans are materialistic by nature, from birth we are encouraged to acquire things; toys, books, clothing, cars etc. We are conditioned to believe that possessions will enrich our quality of life and ultimately define our place in society. We have posted countless bogs on the minimalist philosophy, and have tried to answer the timeless […] via … More It’s Time To Let Go Of Your Stuff — Oasis Addiction Recovery Society