Word Fluff! That’s how I take it. I’ve been conditioned to not believe the words that leave his mouth but rather take them as pacifying. Plastic bags are not part of … Continue reading The Recycling Saga Continues
That’s when I thought it didn’t really feel like Christmas. I went to bed fairly early and cried myself to sleep.
Social media doesn’t paint the whole picture. There are people who post nothing but sunshine and happiness and those who post doom and gloom. That doesn’t mean those people
“… there may not be anything you can do … to prevent attempted suicide.”
Depression has a stigma attached to it, but it’s not something to be feared; it’s also not something a person can simply “snap out of” just because you tell them … Continue reading What is Depression Really Like?
Is that a thing? I think it’s a thing. Maybe coming home a day earlier to have time to unwind and do laundry isn’t so great after all. Maybe it’s … Continue reading Post-Vacation Depression
This photo my 12-year-old daughter took of me at a graduation party captured my mood perfectly. I feel utterly deflated this weekend, and I can’t shake it. I know part … Continue reading Not Always Sunshine and Happiness