Finding (or making) quiet is something I gravitate towards more and more as I get older, and when it’s not possible to have total peace and quiet, I find small things to make me feel more at peace.
Guest author Steve Linebaugh shares his perspectives on and best practices for life with depression.
If you were cautiously side-eyeing the Obituaries section of the news to make sure my name wasn’t there, I’d like to now assure you I am still very much alive.
January. It’s pretty much a never-ending Monday, really. Following the excitement and busyness and stress of the holidays, I always expect I’m going to be super chill and find inner peace or some magical shit when January hits. I should know by now that never happens. With the month half-gone, I feel weighed down with… Continue reading the blahs of january
If you’ve ever truly lived with depression, you may also feel a little twinge of annoyance when a friend, colleague or acquaintance throws out an “I’m so depressed” comment over not getting concert tickets, missing a weekend party or other inconsequential thing. For someone living with depression every day, hearing it wrapped up in a… Continue reading Let’s Talk Right