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Okay, maybe .. what was I saying?

A follow-up to my post a few days ago. A big part of why I really dislike when people make suggestions about what my health problem is, is it makes me second guess my treatment plan, and start wondering if maybe I DO have that weird thing you said I do. 677 more words

Life

Well Beyond Nixon

People have mentioned the corruption in our current administration as “Nixonian” in scale.  Watergate has nothing on our growing Russiagate investigation.  In fact, Trump’s administrational misdealings, illegal activities, and lies make Nixon’s activities look like child’s play.  339 more words

Happiness

Photos by contributor Patrycja Marciniak, a 24-year-old graphic designer, artist, and photographer from Poland who has struggled with depression, anxiety, and dermatillomania, the urge to scratch and pick at one’s skin. 134 more words

Photography

OMG

Been working on finding somewhere to house my son.  We can no longer live with him and his addictions.  I feel like a traitor making phone calls to find him somewhere else to live.   512 more words

Depression

Should I Tell?

Now that I am officially done with teaching forever and have moved out of my apartment, it means that I will no longer see my close friends. 271 more words

All Other Ground Is Sinking Sand

There are times when a hymn can do what nothing else can do. The Solid Rock, written by Edward Mote (1797-1874), has been my favorite hymn for as long as I can remember, but for today it is on the second and third verse I want to focus. 339 more words

Faith

isaiah41v10 reblogged this on Isaiah 41 v 10 and commented:

When going through another bout of depression, I must hold on Jesus. The feelings come and go, but He is always the same.

A Therapist Signs Up For Therapy: Shame, Acceptance, Vulnerability

“If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can’t survive.” – Brené Brown

I’ve been a mental health therapist for over three years now; a licensed one for over a year. 1,057 more words

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