Welcome to my self-titled blog, where I cover all aspects of physical and mental health. More specifically, I examine how aspects of our daily lives (school, work, relationships) can both negatively and positively affect our well-being. I work as a nurse in a psychiatric hospital in Illinois. I spent years attending school to prepare for my profession, and I couldn’t be more pleased with my line of work.
However, I would consider myself to be a relationship expert as well. I’ve been married to my wife, Lyla, for over twenty years. We’ve been able to make it work because we not only love each other, but we’re dedicated to our marriage. Whenever there’s a conflict, we function as a team to solve it. And we always celebrate each other’s successes as if they were our own.
The Connection Between Our Emotions And Our Health
Are you familiar with the term “psychosomatic”? It refers to the relationship between the mind and the body. An example of a psychosomatic disorder is when pain is felt in the body, but there’s no physical cause for it – rather, mental factors like stress and anxiety can manifest as physical pain. That’s why I think it’s so important for us to understand our emotions and how they impact not only our overall moods, but our health.
I tend to give generalized advice on this blog regarding various aspects of everyday life. So, if you feel that you need more individualized attention, I urge you to speak with a counselor or a therapist. They can help you navigate and understand your feelings, allowing you to live your life to the fullest. This concrete understanding will assist you in creating meaningful relationships with other people, too.
I’ll be sure to review any questions or comments you may have if you submit them through my contact page.