Posts Tagged ‘depression’

I’m Tired of Depression. Again.

2015-04-25 20.58.05

I am so tired of writing about depression. I think technically it’s been a very long time since I’ve written about it – but every time feels like here we go again. Every time feels like it makes liars out of the days since the last time, the days when I thought I was “managing my […]


3 Tiny Steps to Break the “I Know Better But I’m Not Doing Better” Cycle


Don’t let shame stop you from getting back to what makes you happy.


The Unexpected Gifts of Depression

walk the line

Because I have fought to stay alive, I demand more than just not dying.


Project #GoOutside


I will go outside for at least five minutes every day in December.


Guilt and Depression

Locked in Love

I fell into the well again this weekend. That’s what depression feels like, like sitting at the bottom of a dark hole surrounded by stone walls. You know there’s sunshine up there, somewhere, but there’s no scaling those stone walls. At the bottom of the well I counted hash marks in the wall, the ones […]


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