Tag Archives: mental health

18 Years of Scars

Trigger warning: self-harm   When I was twenty, my parents got divorced, my father remarried, and I gained a sister and a brother.  Those were all good things (yes, even the divorce).  The big change happened in April of that … Continue reading

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The Letter

Years ago, when I was going through a fairly deep depression, a friend wrote me a letter.  It consisted of things that I would never have to go through and how much better off I had it than others.  It … Continue reading

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Therapy Thursday 11.29.18

Thin vs. Stable We live in a society today where “thin” is beautiful and the words mental illness are filled with all sorts of stigma.  There are people who are considered “thin” and also mentally stable.  They’re lucky, I suppose.  … Continue reading

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Therapy Thursday 9.13.18

Welcome to the first ever Therapy Thursday.  It’s where I’m going to talk about mental health issues.  I have personal knowledge, but we all have our own experience. Things that I talk about on here you may have more personal … Continue reading

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Writing a Book?

So, I’ve been thinking for a couple of years now about writing an autobiography dealing with my mental illness.  The seed was put into my head by one of my psychiatrists in 2012, since I remember vividly so much that … Continue reading

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