Hillary Manalac

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Aug. 4, 2016 Good morning, I came across your blog online and you’re amazing at showcasing positivity through mental health! Thank you for the awesome content! 🙂 My name is Hillary and i’m a part of an organization called, Cogtoolz–a planner and health coach in one: The founder, Christina Holub is a Public Health Professor at Cal State University of San Marcos and and she developed the concept because her students were telling her that they needed a place for helpful resources/ tools and organization all in one and that’s how “Cogtoolz” was created. We believe this would be a great fit for a potential collaboration! You deliver the best quality content and that’s what Cogtoolz is doing for our students. We’re in the process of our campaign and we would love for you to critique our planner: and to showcase your thoughts on your blog! Please let me know if this is something you’re interested in. I look forward to hearing from you! Stay Positive.


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Feb. 9, 2016 Been there; done that; have the scars. Congratulations for you progress, and your courage in writing.


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Dec. 12, 2016 AMEN! Good stuff right here.

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April 1, 2013 Wow! Thank you! I continually wanted to write on my website something like that. Can I include a portion of your post to my site?

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March 22, 2013 I very much enjoy reading your blog. You always post a lot of interesting things.

Christy Garrett

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March 12, 2013 Wow, you are a strong woman and I admire you greatly for sharing your story. I am sure if other’s read your posts, that your words of inspiration will help them with their issues.

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March 12, 2013 WOW … that takes courage to share your story, and because it’s written with such passion I know it will help others.

Roxanne Santiago

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I admire you for being so open and honest about your run with suicide attempts and thoughts. I’ve gone through the same during my teenage years. It was only 3 years ago that I said to myself to stop being selfish and just enjoy life as it is. I believe it doesn’t really go away completely, it’s just that people and things in our lives that makes makes living and being happy easier are the ones that help them go away and move on.

Susan Liberatore

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March 8, 2013 Wow. You have been through FAR TOO MUCH for such a young woman! I read your about me and you seem like you are so much stronger now. I am so sorry for your loss…I can’t imagine losing a husband so young. You are an inspiration!

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March 7, 2013 What a wonderful and very open post TY for sharing–I really like the footie/hoodie you added to the blanket. JOB WELL DONE =)

Leah Mastilock

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March 7, 2013 Wonderful post. Brought tears because I’ve been suicidal myself. I love your analogy of the quilt with it’s imperfections and that you can’t see them when you look at the whole. I also crochet and there’re many imperfections in my work, but when it’s complete, you can’t see them at all. One of the greatest revelations for me ever, I learned recently- God understands you fully. He doesn’t sit up above and judge your every wrong move or thought. He knows everything you’ve been through, exactly why you think and react certain ways, from your personality and all your experiences … he understands. And he feels all your pain with you. From the book “God Is” by Rene Schlaepfer

Michelle G

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This is a beautiful post. I love how you intertwined it all with God. He did indeed knit you with love. Thank you for sharing His love with us. Prayers for you. I know you will indeed keep bouncing back up!

Khloe Belle Gadson

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March 5, 2013 Wow…! What a story! Thanks for sharing your heart and mind with us. I read the bottom part of that post and it made me cry…So sorry for your loss! Stopping by from VB. xoxo, Khloe