So happy to spend nights working as a Mental Health Counselor at a Chicagoland hospital that gives back to its diverse community by treating the uninsured.
So happy to have been placed at a practicum site that challenges me in all the right ways and motivates me to be a better person.
So happy to be completing assignments in this doctoral program while taking additional classes for LPC licensure.
So happy to remain in touch with old friends despite no longer seeing them as often as I'm used to.
So happy to have met the people who have recently entered my life and have given me the privilege of calling them a friend.
So happy to be with myself at my apartment on weekdays and back to the suburbs with my family and friends on weekends.
So happy that despite all the workload, time has been generous to me and has provided me with the opportunity to pursue my interests/hobbies: therapy, magic/illusions, research in neurodevelopmental trauma, karaoke-ing it up with people from all over the world, going on shopping sprees, and netflixing the nights away.
So happy for ministry where my spirituality is no longer on the back-burner but is now on the forefront of my daily life, permeating every aspect of my being.
So happy that even on my best days, my happiest days, I think of God & ask for His blessing just as much as I would on my worst, saddest days.