Depression the fear and grieving dis-ease

Depression is a deep, dark hole of despair. Nothing can escape its grasp; not even light, reason, or sanity. Depression is often described as anger turned inward. Depression is not anger turned inwards; rather it is the product of fear and grieving. Fear of a specific something happening becomes devastating when it occurs. This causes…

Please Excuse My Depressed Aunt Sally

I know it’s been a while. Shame on me. I’ve been thinking about you all but I have not had the energy to muster something worth reading. Technically, I still don’t have anything worth reading. I simply have not had much energy to do much of anything lately. It’s mostly my fault because I decided…

A case of the blahs

I’m sorry for not being my usual bloggerific self today. I have a bad case of the blahs. I skipped school today but got up early anyways. I made smoothies for the family, ate leftover pulled pork ‘n’ beans, and chased it with cake and ice cream to smother the heartburn. Then it hit me:…

Bent but not broken

My parents chalked it up to teenage malaise and hormones. I knew it was probably something more. A broken brain. That made sense. Of course I had a broken brain. Why wouldn’t I? That seemed like something I would have. via Bent but not broken. I can’t tell you how many times I have self-diagnosed…