About

First of all, thank you for checking out my blog! I hope that it will offer some encouragement, hope, or even just let you know that you are not alone in your struggles! I work for a non-profit in Northwest Arkansas where I call home with my boyfriend, our two dogs, and three cats!
I began writing this blog as a way to work out the struggles I deal with on a daily basis. I struggle with depression and PTSD from a ‘not so great’ childhood. While I strive to move beyond my past, it does affect the choices I make each and every day. A Beautiful Catastrophe consists of the positive things happening in my life, a few crafts here and there – they help me relax, and mostly details of the struggles I face. It has been a form of therapy for me, a way to cope. It has helped me to find my voice and to get my story out there. I want to share my struggles as well as my accomplishments. If I can help just one person, it will all be worth it. I want to share that our labels do not define us, they do not control us. Each of us has the power to create a life that is all our own. So here I am…..Thank you for reading!
I am always looking for guest-writers, so if you have something to contribute, please do not hesitate to reach out!

13 thoughts on “About

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  2. Hi! I too blog to share the story of my depression, and the hope I have that eventually got me through many episodes over seven years. I think lots of mental health bloggers want to share stories, successes and things that didn’t work. Good days and bad days. I only started blogging in January, and want to be more consistent. I’m retaking Blogging 101 for that purpose. Nice to meet you!

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