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MayBe Tomorrow I Will Be Free

Hello darkness my old friend… I’ve been zombified…. zoned out on Zoloft and Zoplicone.  One day blends to the next, and I can’t tell if I’m coming or going.   183 more words

Go to sleep anxiety

Headphones in. Speaker loud. I can still hear him screaming from the crack underneath the door as he rains out protests and calls for ‘mumma!!’. This is hard shit and it hasn’t become any easier as Master X has gotten older. 356 more words


presence and PPD

Back in January I decided that my word for 2017 would be “presence”, with the goal of being more present with my family, community, church, and job, instead of being disconnected or lost in daydreams. 595 more words


I Started Zoloft and it Saved My Life

I was a different person eight weeks ago.

I was overwhelmed and tired exhausted and stressed out every day. There were mornings when I dreaded waking up because I knew the day would bring more than I could handle. 485 more words

Mental Health

My Amazing Fiancé: Julia Baxter

In honor of Women’s History Month, I would like to blog about some of the very special and incredible ladies in my life. They inspire me, guide me, get me through the rough times and most incredibly of all, put up with me and all the nonsense that comes with that! 590 more words

Fighting the funk (medication, breastfeeding, bipolar and tea)

So my appointment went a little like this.

Doctor: I have read your extensive file here, but I would like to hear from you about your mental health. 648 more words


Meditation and it's effects on subjective well-being and brain structure: A research proposal and literature review

For this semester’s culminating project on happiness, I have chosen to research the effects of meditation on happiness and brain structure, and how this could reduce the frequency of physicians prescribing SSRIs for depression. 1,799 more words