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Autumn's Bloom

It dawned on me a few days ago that, to me, fall feels very much like a time of renewal and beginnnings, particularly this year.  Spring has been a very dark season for me for years; there’s some type of body memory linked to my depression that sends me spiraling down during a time of year that, for most, speaks of light and life, of freshness and beauty. 250 more words

Panic at the Disco

I peopled this weekend.

I’ll pause for a moment to let you all bask in the nimbus of my magnificence. *****

I am a solitary creature, boosted and energized and filled by alone time.   747 more words

The Balm that Simmers

August 19, 2016, Prescott- For two weekends in a row, going to a “free” concert by a local band, named The Cheektones, has been a fine way to unwind from a work position that requires every ounce of my energy and commitment.   427 more words

Personal Goals

Backstory

I posted this on Facebook in June of 2015.  Thought I’d share it again here just to tell a bit of my story…

This is going to be a departure from my usual (infrequent) posts: dogs, kids, reposts, etc. 1,072 more words

Music Therapy

NOTE: This blog post is not meant to replace a licensed health care provider! Make sure you work with someone who knows what they are doing and who knows how to assist you in your healing process! 1,360 more words

Relationships

LWF: Real Talk about Depression

I have a confession to make.

I’m not okay and I need help.

As some of you may know I suffer from a legit medically diagnosed chemical imbalance known as Bipolar/Manic Depression. 574 more words

Lightworker Friday

Let's Kill the Stigma! (A Poem About Mental Illness)

People don’t like addressing stigmas, 

So they tend to grow into huge enigmas.  

“Just sweep it under the rug,” some say. 

“If we don’t discuss it, it’ll go away.” 447 more words

Faith