Tag Archives: anxiety

For those of you who have come to visit this blog from my Instagram, welcome! Mental Health Awareness Month has come to an end, and I feel like I simultaneously said too much and too little. How do you condense … Continue reading

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A common theme is emerging. Therapist: Because you’re depressed. Me: I’m not depressed.  This doesn’t feel like how depression used to feel all the other times.  I just feel nothing.  And remember we discussed how an alter took all extreme … Continue reading

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It’s very difficult to focus on mental health when physical illness is such a distraction. When your world constantly tilts, swirls, or feels like you’re on a boat, it’s hard to devote as much time to introspection. So for 45-50 … Continue reading

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Routine Down the Drain

I love routine.  I love planning.  I love scheduling.  Order, control, blah blah blah. Ever since last April, the routines I’d previously clung to with such fervor have become null.  When you don’t know what you will physically be capable … Continue reading

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