Tag Archives: depression

Books Are My Friends

I’ve spent more time than usual lately reading. I’ve been reading and reviewing on Amazon and Goodreads. It helps me feel a certain kind of comfort, introducing my friends to others. I’m NOT organized, but I like filing and shelving … Continue reading

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Hiding Behind a Mask

I’ve been seeing commercials for one of those new psych meds that doctors add to a medication to help it along. Since we talk about barriers to creativity when you’re disabled, let’s bring this one up. Depression that isn’t treated … Continue reading

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Apparently I Don’t Like Change

I’m struggling to do things in my life differently than I ever have before. I’m trying to believe that there are people out there who are reading this blog, so I keep going, no matter what is trying to keep … Continue reading

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To the People in My Life

I have lingered among every bit of Prince memories that I could access for the last two days. As a friend just mentioned to me, it might be veering toward wallowing. I accepted her words because I figured out earlier … Continue reading

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The Things I Remember

  I remember how I dreamed of being someone special I remember how I tried to achieve high excellence in school I remember how I only succeeded at being good, but not great I remember how I tried to find … Continue reading

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Creating Beauty in Empty Spaces

This came from Elizabeth Gilbert’s Facebook fan page. I read it and wanted to weep. People come and go so inconsistently in my life sometimes that I don’t always believe they are really gone for good. I block off that … Continue reading

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Answer the Knock

Have you felt that knocking? Do you think that what you’re doing isn’t art? Well, I’m here to tell you that is not true. Do you dance? That’s art. Do you do crafts? That’s art too. Do you do performance … Continue reading

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