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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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