Andrea Scoretz

Andrea Scoretz
Bio

I am a freelance health and wellness writer, poet and storyteller from Vancouver Island, Canada.

Covering mental health | wellness | recovery | addiction | self-help | storytelling | poetry | depression | anxiety | healthy living.

Published Sort ascending Title
2017-08-11 Full Moon Clarity on Codependency
2017-08-08 Why Your Parents Are Jerks, and That’s OK
2017-08-06 When You Don’t Relate to Your Relatives
2017-08-01 Failing at Perfection: Tales From Last Weekend
2017-07-15 Why I Use Pessimism as a Survival Tactic
2017-07-07 Why I Lost My Virginity to a Jerk
2017-07-04 Why You Need To Keep Putting Yourself Out There, Spelling Mistakes and All
2017-06-29 What I Learned From Being Car Shamed
2017-06-22 Why Bad Boys and Contouring Sticks Are Ruining Your Life
2017-06-17 What I Learned About Acid Reflux (And Why You Doctor Doesn’t Know Everything)
2017-06-14 Why Assumptions Are Making Your Work Life Miserable
2017-06-13 On Writing, Goosebumps, and Doing What Lights You Up
2017-06-05 Why You Need To Charge Full Price For Your Services
2017-06-02 Shame And A Midweek Salad
2017-05-31 do what you say you’re going to do
2017-05-24 certainty through pain and sleeplessness
2017-05-17 The Freedom Call: When You Just Don’t Give A Shit Anymore
2017-05-10 You’re Not Being The Way I Want You To Be
2017-05-08 crazy uncomfortable truth
2017-05-06 big news about goals met
2017-05-03 On Celebrity Admissions, Brad Pitt, and Being Real
2017-04-29 anger and following your calling
2017-04-20 lessons on guilt, social media blocking and following your own path
2017-04-19 poetry and ramblings on mercy and freedom
2017-04-03 non-ragey communication: speaking up instead of spinning out
2017-03-25 the lipstick fix: committing to a less is more life
2017-03-22 the self-care complexity
2017-03-21 silence is the new rage
2017-03-17 to look or not to look
2017-03-13 connection is kryptonite: why there’s more to mean people than you think
2017-03-02 nursing the hurt
2017-02-28 superhero genes
2017-02-27 the day the lights dimmed: a first person account of being over medicated for depression
2017-02-11 what i know about not knowing