Heart and Soul Family Practice specialize in Pediatric, Maternity, and Counseling services, Back to school shots and check ups for your little ones. Prenatal care to ensure you bring a healthy baby in the world! They even lend an ear and give advice by giving counseling to others. No matter what you need They are there every step of the way!
Posh Mommy Maternity Clinic is a semi private family owned center. They specialize in open minded prenatal care, acknowledging that families come in all shapes, sizes, and genders. Their services are realistic yet positive, offering a wide range of health care and birth options to meet your needs. This includes Lamaze classes, lab work, moving 3D and 4D ultrasounds (with customized pictures), your choice of 5 different options for birth, even massages! The clinic also has a pediatric wing for the needs of your little ones (prim and avi alike). Insurance for pediatric services is available. They work mainly with the Pooterbilt hud, and work with any type of baby (though there is no support health care for Tatu). The clinic is mostly known for Zooby deliveries, however.
Heartline Medical Center provides excellent royal services at affordable prices. Available services ranges from OB/Gyn care, Pediatric & Infant care, Family Wellness care, counseling, and Emergencies but its not limited to only those care. Families can choose from single to multiple births and unlimited weeks. Intaking all types of hud systems and diverse kinds of babies in the market. There are also side services to please your needs from baby showers to new babymoon program.
I had not shared this before as I struggled, but I openly admit I had a relapse. Thankfully, it was not as severe as when I first had my breakdown but non the less I faced many of the same symptoms. Paranoia, depression, flashbacks, and what I had thought I had overcome, agoraphobia.
You have two choices when a relapse happens
Either you can sit there and be disappointed that you relapsed. Staying in the cycle that keeps you in darkness.
Or you can apply what you have already learned and get out of the cycle.
You already know your tools. You already know how you got out of the darkness. You already know what helps and what doesn't.
Im not saying it is going to be easy because it won't be. But! you can do this. You have done it before.
1. Make sure you know what medications has and has not helped you and take your medications accordingly.
2. Recognize that you have fallen or are falling into a relapse. It is ok to be in a relapse stage. It happens sometimes. And you can get out of it, just as you have done so before.
3. Use your coping skills.
4. Get the help you need. It is ok to go back to needing help. Nothing wrong with asking for a lending hand =]
***LEGAL DISCLAIMER: the information provided is not intended to replace any professional help. This is not a professional advice nor pertaining to act as such.
"I hate life!", "Life? I don't feel anything!", "I don't enjoy what I used to", "I'm missing out on family events because of my illness", "I can't ever be the person I was", "I will never be the person I want to be".
These are some of the words that people with an illness might say. They get so caught up on the illness, on the darkness, on what is taken away from them or what they will never gain or have that they miss out on the good.
It soon becomes a cycle of darkness.
But! it does not have to be that way. I personally believe that things come our way so that we can in fact cherish the smaller things that ordinary people without an illness might take for granted.
For example, many people who don't have an illness will wake up, grab breakfast, and go about their day. There might not be that pause of "wow, I actually got up off the bed and did something! I accomplished just that"
What seems so small like a sip of a coffee in a cafe with people, a gathering, getting off the bed, showering, going outside and so on; might be something people will pass over their head as a routine.
But for those with an illness, when these small things finally occur, there is a sense of winning, of overcoming, of success and/or enjoyment. The smallest things become the most valuable.
So today, I invited you to look at the small things. Don't think about the party you missed, or the shower you did not take, or how you couldn't make it outside. Instead I want you to think of that shower you did take even! when you did not want to. That gathering you did go to even when your nerves were up your neck. That walk you took eventhough your heart was at your throat.
Think about how far you've come Today, And how much further you will go Tomorrow.
The blessings are right there in front of you, if you only take the time to see it.