You're not broken, you're just unhappy. Let's unpack that.
The last year of my life changed everything about me. For the better.
What it's like to live with major depressive disorder. My experience handling major depressions and the life I get to live in between.
“I would give up the unessential; I would give up my money, I would give up my life for my children; but I wouldn't give myself. I can't make it more clear; it's only something I am beginning to comprehend, which is revealing itself to me.”
For birthday month, I'm posting things that make me really happy and causes you should support. Annie taught me about the importance of adopting animals.
Since I was about 18, I’ve suffered from a relapse/remission immune disorder, major depression, and an anxiety disorder that’s probably sprouted up from the fact that everything can be going fine and then I get sick. And I stay sick. For months. So all of the carefully crafted things I’ve surrounded myself with go up … Continue reading Birthday Month! Coupons, More Posts in 25 days and more.
A quick hello to the new users and some fun facts
I got my heart broken for my entire life until I met the guy who became my husband. Read my I'm okay with that and you should be, too.
So here's the kicker. Ya, things are dope and getting doper in my little, changed life. But none of it, not one second of it has been easy.
Sorry for the cliche definition beginning to a post, but I swear it's relevant: invalid: noun: a person made weak or disabled by illness or injury adjective: not conforming to the correct format or specifications I would say that the former definition describes me and the latter my life. I've been working for a few years … Continue reading Thoughts: My Invalid Life