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What is a Coping Skills Toolbox? And why do you need one?


A coping skills toolbox can literally be a box or a container of any kind that acts as the designated place for you to keep all the things that calm you down when he are feeling anxious, low or distressed in any way. 815 more words

Anxiety

An evening of coping with anxiety, despair, and depression

Phase 1 – Denial. Rushing around. Doing things. Doing your job. Going on a run.

Phase 2 – Shit hits the fan with no escape. God no this is real. 578 more words

Daily Entries

LIZ

YUP ITs ME AND NO I AM NOT IN A GOOD MOOD SO YOU GUYS DONT RILE ME UP OTHERWISE I’LL HAVE TO KICK SOME ASS AND AINT NOBODY GONNA LIKE THAT SHIT. 280 more words

Personal

Sorry, Not Sorry

I refuse to apologize for my chronic illness or the accommodations I have to make because of them.

When I make plans with someone, but end up having to cancel – I do not get down on myself. 459 more words

You know you're depressed when...

..you sit in your car sobbing because you think you’ve disappointed someone you care about because you didn’t clean the cat litter. And you even know it’s not that big of a deal. 316 more words

Lost and Found

I’ve always been a writer. For as long as I can remember, writing has come easily to me. It’s therapeutic. I write when I’m sad. I write when I’m angry. 504 more words

Multiple Sclerosis

Swear To Me is available for purchase!

I am pleased to announce that Nicholas Gagnier’s book Swear To Me is available for purchase on Amazon.com.  In addition to many fine pieces written by Nicholas, this volume includes a stand alone poem by me as well as collaborative poem with thirteen other fabulous writers.  89 more words

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