Those of you who still listen to the radio and/or contemporary music, you may have noticed a new song that turned the heads of a quite a few listeners, both in the studio and out. As it grows more and more popular, it’s hard not to truly listen to the lyrics and hear what it’s about. In saying that, when I first heard it, I was surprised. By the title alone it’s obviously talking about mental illness, which is something not often addressed in that art form. It’s so different. Daring, almost. However, as it’s slowly being played more on the radio, I’m finding it’s just as strong as when I heard it that very first time.
All cards on the table, I work in insurance. During training, we learned the obvious things like what to say and how to fill out an application, but we also learned what are auto-declines and who can’t be insured. To my surprise, there were several mental disorders on there. Autism, anxiety, attention-deficit disorder, depression. Continue reading The Science of Depression
It’s no secret I don’t like doing things. My ideal day off is spending the day laying on the beach or (more often than not) locking myself indoors in front of a screen. I’m not the type of person that likes getting out of the house for fun, enjoys exerting myself, or even enjoys talking to people all that much, to be honest. It’s not that I’m shy, it’s more that I feel that small talk is shallow and a waste of time. Continue reading The Truth Behind “Fake It ‘Til You Make It”
Ever sit back and think about all you could have accomplished? Not just farfetched and fantasy, but really, if you really gave it your all or tried a little bit harder or even made a slightly different decision, how much more successful would you be right now? Continue reading Plea From A Broken Student
In high school, I recall constantly being called lazy. My room was always a mess, assignments were done last minute, and I hated doing chores around the house. Continue reading Depression Isn’t Laziness
No, your eyes didn’t trick you. Yes, this is another post about Netflix.
Thank you for always being there for me. Whenever I needed to talk or vent about something, you were always there to lend an ear. As you know, it’s difficult for me to make friends, but the fact that I had you was always a comfort. I knew that I could always trust you and tell you anything I needed to get off my chest. When I thought I had no one else, there you were, eager to step in and make life better. Continue reading To The Friend That Stuck Around