#Blogmas Day 3 – Holly Jolly Christmas @ODCInc Style

Scroll down to content

So, the Lifetime movie marathon didn’t happen today… because I’m getting a hair cut and going to a friend’s for supper. The movie afternoon will have to wait… so stay tuned!!

Friday night was the Christmas Party for ODC! And that’s always a great time! I got to do some dancing (where no one cares that I can’t dance!!!!) and visit with people I know including job coaches and case managers!

I always leave ODC events feeling better, feeling a purpose, feeling like I belong. You see, besides my mental health disabilities I have this thing called Dyspraxia that I’ve struggled with ever since I was a kid. It affects my fine and motor skills, my brain doesn’t always send the signals it should to the rest of my body… which can be so frustrating and leave me feeling like a failure. ODC helps me feel like I belong.

Here is an article that helps explain what I go through…

Thanks ODC for giving me connections and some hope! WE ARE ALL CONNECTED!!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s



Laurens Place Of Honesty!

A Step Inside My Mind.

The Intuitive Introvert

A quiet person with a loud mind


I am a survivor of human trafficking, mental, physical and financial abuse.



Oliver’s Mum

Just a girl (baring her soul) and her dog.

Only Michy

Adulting One Day At A Time

Be the voice they don't have.

My Life, My Children vs. The World

Natalie's Little Corner of the World

Discussing mental health and millennial issues one post at a time.

Confessions of a Bipoar Diva

Living with bipolar disorder and recovering from addiction

Debatably Dateable

But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for


Always do what's next

like as the waves

a mental health blog


Exploring best practice and research in sexual violence. A loud voice in the fight against victim blaming. Written and Managed by Jessica Eaton, Doctoral Researcher in Forensic Psychology

Count it all joy

Spiritual Hope . Joyful Faith . Trust in God


A Hub where we discuss Psychiatry and everything mental health related!

%d bloggers like this: