Tag: depression

One Mask Slips

And is replaced by another. This is how a multipotentialite lives. Or perhaps just a creative mind; slipping from one life to the next. There are too many people inside of me, and each is their own unique copy of myself. My styles change, clothing, personality, tastes in music. I can’t control the shift. I

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On Burning Bridges…

We’ve all done things we’re not proud of. Sometimes the past feels like some inescapable monster in a dream where you keep running and running but don’t get anywhere. Thinking about the shameful way we treated others may be enough to make us sick, so we push those thoughts so far down that we pretend

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Coping with the loss of a loved one

A client came in today with sad news. Her husband had passed suddenly from a heart attack. She delivered the news with a stoic expression, no tears. It had happened a week ago, and yet I wondered how she didn’t cry every time she brought it up. This made me begin to think about how

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Sunday Pep Talk | Cures For Bad Days

Bad days suck. From the minute you wake up, the energy just feels different. Everyone seems distant. Communication is distorted. I thoroughly dislike bad days, but unfortunately everyone has them from time to time. Maybe more frequently than they’d like. This winter has finally caught up to me. Even though the days are getting longer,

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Sunday Pep Talk |Pick Up The Slack When You Can

Happy Sunday! How are you doing? I hope your week has gone well. Mine has been so very busy. I forget what it feels like to have a day off, but I’m also thankful for being busy, because I am spending time with friends and family. One of my keywords for 2019 was balance, so

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