I’m not a doctor so I can’t speak about mental illness, but I do have something to say about mental health, which of course impacts mental illness. 

Have you ever had a cold? Of course you have. We’ve all gotten sick at some point in our lives. 

If you get a cold and then you sit down for a meal of cotton candy, marshmallows, and soda pop are you going to feel better faster?


But if you’re sick and you eat the healthiest, most nourishing foods, of course that will bring you back to health faster. 

Seems like a no brainer, right?

But when it comes to our own thoughts, people are constantly stuffing themselves with terrible messages and then wondering why they feel so bad, why their mental health is suffering, and why their mental illness is bringing them to their knees.

I bet a hundred years from now people will look back and say, “It’s amazing how misguided humans were back then.” 

I get it.

For the first 40 years of my life, I was constantly feeding myself thoughts that said, “I’m not good enough, not worthy, not deserving, not smart enough.”

As a result, I lived a mentally unhealthy life and felt terrible all the time.

But when I learned to change my mental diet and feed myself delicious, satisfying, and healthy thoughts – my life changed from cold black coffee to a warm, vibrant sunrise. 

All of this comes from learning to be the master of your thoughts. 

If you were a master chef and you could make ANY meal you wanted then wouldn’t you want to make meals that smelled amazing and tasted delicious? Wouldn’t you want to make meals with the best ingredients that made you feel like a million bucks after eating them?
Wouldn’t you want to make meals that actually made you stronger, smarter, and healthier? 

Sure, you could always just lunge for a pack of Skittles for dinner, but if you really want to live “the good life”, then perhaps you’d enjoy stepping into my kitchen and I’ll show you what’s possible. 


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