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?
Have you ever sat back and thought, I’m not the person I used to be? Continue reading Don’t Lose Your Passion
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
Might as well admit it now. You’re born, you grow old, you die. If you’re lucky, you find happiness along the way…but if you’re like me, you feel like you’re in an endless struggle. Many claim that mental illnesses are over-diagnosed, others think it’s psychosomatic; I call bull on both. Continue reading Bent But Not Broken