Affirmation, The Useful and Otherwise

A couple weeks ago I was out to lunch with a friend and we were talking about, well, not hating ourselves. We've both been working on managing our depression and getting our shit together. It's been great. During the conversation, she used a phrase that actually bothered me, though it took me quite some time... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk About Micro-Routines Analysis.

So what is a Micro-Routine Analysis? It's a bit of an abstract concept, the more and more I think about it, which is part of why it's taken so long for me to get this post up. Please bear with me. I promise I'm going... somewhere with this. Let's start big. A routine is defined... Continue Reading →

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 →

It's well after sunset where I am, and a number of things have been on my mind lately. Namely, the ethics of being a mentally ill person. How should one define one's behavior when in the grips of a depressive episode, or during a panic attack, or even when we simply feel more anxious than... Continue Reading →

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