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Tag Archives: depression

I Need Light

woman looking out into field with sun peering through

Every day I wake up to that annoying whine of my alarm and press it as many times as I can without being late to …

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Mood Swings

Mood swings. Who can understand them? Who can predict them? How do we justify them? And yet they exist. Here are some of the most …

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People Need People

Dr. Karl Menninger was once asked, “If you knew a person was heading for a nervous breakdown what would you suggest?” Everyone expected that the …

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Reasons to Live

You could have heard a pin drop in the auditorium. All eyes were on the stage where Ken was standing. All ears were listening to …

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Random Coronavirus Notes

3/17/2020 —Three days into “sheltering in place” because of the Coronavirus and I’m ready to rebel. Not against the quarantine itself, but the nomenclature. I …

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Just Some Crumbs

When I was a junior in high school, I went through a minor case of depression. It started when I dropped out of my super-tough …

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Drowning in Debt

This past month, I’ve experienced a deep wave of heaviness. June was the start of my first student loan payment, and it hit me like …

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