There are critical issues in my life that need to be addressed first. I need to eat well. I need to take care of myself. Once I’ve done these things, I can take care of my son. Then I can take care of my work. Then I can take care of the house.
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