This week's podcast discusses my triumphs and setbacks regarding finding adequate healthcare. I provide tips and techniques that work for me throughout my own struggles with depression and anxiety, why America loves to shove pills down people's throats, and accepting that not all health care professionals are created equal. I hope that this week's podcast inspires and helps others who also struggle with depression and anxiety and encourages others to seek out alternative methods of treatment outside of medication. Thanks for listening!
This week's podcast discusses my updates on my writing and other projects, my new Patreon page and what I hope to gain from it, and how sometimes strangers are more likely to be supportive of your art than friends and family.
This week's podcast I discuss several topics: The Luso-Americano article published about me featuring my latest children's book My Pápá and Me: A Children's Book About Our Journey With Dementia, my bout with misfortune in 2019 and how I am able to overcome it, how I deal with bullies and mean-spirited people, reiterating how important it is to be honest with people and telling them no when asked favors and not making excuses, thanking all the amazing women in my life who have helped shape me as a writer, progress with my latest project, and I even tackle the heated abortion debate since that is such an important issue in our country recently. Thank you all for stopping by and listening to my Podcast!
This week's podcast focuses on the new release of My 2nd children's book: My Pápá and Me: A Children's Book About Our Journey With Dementia, the read-aloud of the new book, updates of what else is happening in my world, and more! Thank you for listening!
Today is my father's birthday! For this week's podcast I read 3 poems I wrote about him. I read "Ja Ja James," "Wrong Door," and "Broken Pieces of Me." I read each piece, explain the origins behind each piece I wrote, and discuss where I am now mentally in terms of my healing process. These poems are featured in Dark Musings Poetry Anthology: Volume 1 and 3 respectively. Thank you all for listening!
This week I discuss my new book, Dark Musings Poetry Anthology: Volume 3: The Wilted Perennials of Yesteryear, my featured article in the town paper, dad's dementia, the feral cat colony my family cares for, future interviews, and more! Thanks for listening!
This week listen to me conduct my first interview with comedienne and writer: Amanda Lynn Baez. Hear us discuss her brave journey entering the comedy world, who her inspirations are, and her message to women out there wanting to break into the comedy world. I also FINALLY reveal what my next published work is and when it will be released. I am so excited to have Amanda Lynn Baez as my first guest! Hope you enjoy this week's podcast! Happy listening!! ♡♡♡
This week I discuss the word that everyone's afraid of: Feminism. I discuss how the word means so much more than what people think it means, how it is not a "Me vs. Them" term, and how it is an all-encompassing term to encourage equality for all. Plus, more! Thank you to my listeners!
This week I discuss the 50 Shades of Gray author releasing a new series and what this means in a post "Me Too" movement culture, I discuss finding motivation during depressive and anxious times, how I maintain my self-discipline as a writer, and my quest for a new proofreading editor for my upcoming work! Thanks for listening!
This week I talk about the imperfect science of forgiveness, a little about my anxiety and depression, a PSA to fellow self-published writers, freelancing, donors, and my passion projects, writing contests and more!