I want to apologize for the lack of updates over the last few months. Things have been extremely hard lately, and I lost my little guy Thumper. While I should be writing, I haven’t had the energy. I’ll get back to it as soon as I can. Advertisements
It’s one of my busiest times of year at work, which means my writing time has been seriously diminished. By the time I get home, I veg out on the couch, clean or run errands. It’s not the most exciting time of life. BUT it’s the one of the few times of year that I…… Continue reading Small Things that Remind Me Life is Worth Living
It started with a simple post. An acquaintance put out a call on social media for all those who have anxiety and depression and take medication. There was no qualifying statement asking for advice or even just explaining she was going through a hard time. She had mentioned to me privately about struggling with stress…… Continue reading My Mental Illness is NOT your Paycheck
Summer is almost over, and for the majority of us, Labor Day in the US marked the end of the season. Seeing summer leave is always one of the hardest parts of the year. We get so used to the warm weather, the sunny days and being outdoors. Something about summer is just…happy. This…… Continue reading Summer Hiatus is Over!
Most of us learn about our shadows when we’re little, and our little selves are mesmerized by them. This dark shape on the ground that looks just like us keeps us occupied, sometimes scared, but mostly intrigued. They grow and change with us, an almost perfect reflection of ourselves depending on the sun’s position, of…… Continue reading You Follow Me Wherever I Go
I recently read a blog post from one woman to her boyfriend’s ex. Apparently she feels this woman wanted her boyfriend back, and by what she writes, it seems like. You can read the original post here. However, unless her boyfriend is sharing these messages, I have to question how she knows what’s actually being said…… Continue reading Oh Honey, Remove your Rose Colored Glasses
Life has a tendency to throw curve balls when you least expect it, making it a wonderful, exhausting, stressful experience. A lot of time and effort is dedicated to the various aspects of our lives whether it be work, family or friends. On top of that, there is the daily upkeep of our existence that…… Continue reading Small Victories in Mental Illness