First and foremost, to all who lost a father, a grandfather, or a father-like figure – my heart goes out to you. I hope this past Father’s Day was a day of remembrance and not a day of pain. Holidays are hard for us who grieve. It begs the question…will it ever get better?
How many times have you sat back and asked yourself, why me? Why am I going through this? What is the point of this “experience?” What am I supposed to learn here?
Hello depression. It’s been a while since you’ve reared your ugly head. I know you’re there, I can feel your presence.
I can feel the way you push my buttons, the way you force sadness unto me. You don’t like it when I see what you’re doing, but you enjoy that I can’t stop you anyway.
Hello depression, there’s something I’d like to tell you. Continue reading Open Letter to My Depression
I was listening to a podcast today and he said something that caught my attention. “We all have our anxieties – the trick is how we deal with it.” Even I, who spend a great deal amount of time thinking about anxiety, hadn’t thought of it like that. But he’s right.
There’s a never-ending anxiety, a stress, a weird sort of momentum always pushing us forward. We want more, we fight for more, and we get really, really upset when we don’t get it. Continue reading 8 Tips To Trick Your Anxiety
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”
Written by John, a guest writer
This is my story of overcoming depression.