On Suicide

The elephant in the room broke some furniture this last week. It's name is Suicide. I not here to talk about successful people dying, or how they have problems too. But, as a resource center for anxiety and depression, leading factors in suicide contemplation and action, I feel it's worth writing about the subject at... Continue Reading →

A Note To Self About Running

I've done it. I've run every day for a week now. It sucked. And it's been the best week of 2018. That's because pushing myself to run- one of the things I've flat out refused and avoided doing for seven years now has taught me a lot of things about myself, my limits and challenging... Continue Reading →

The Hero’s Journey in Your Life

A few weeks ago I wrote about Joseph Campbell's Monomyth. Now myth falls under the category of allegory. Allegorical stories are more than just their face value. They usually have a greater point that they are trying to drive home. Fables, parables, and sometimes fairytales also do this. In the case of the Hero's Journey,... Continue Reading →

Introduction to The Monomyth

Once more unto the breach, dear friends. Where to begin? Last month we talked some about my own love for stories and looked just a bit at some of the things I love, but it wasn't quite the whole picture. What is myth, anyways? Myth is defined as a traditional story, especially one concerning the early... Continue Reading →

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