Tag Archives: depression

Let’s talk about healthy emotional boundaries, baby. Let’s talk about blog and me.

Oh blog. I wish I knew how to quit you. I’ve been seriously thinking hard about quitting this blog over the last couple weeks and I’m undecided. There have been a lot of things I almost posted on. Disney World! … Continue reading

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Just When You Thought We Would Get Out of 2016 Without a Mayor Of Casterbridge Post, Here One Is

Yesterday I finished reading The Mayor of Casterbridge, the fourth Thomas Hardy novel I’ve read in the span of a little over a year and a half. I liked it less than I liked the other Hardy I read, but I … Continue reading

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How to Be More of a Woke Bae When Your Friend Is Dealing With Mental Health Problems

I am doing pretty shitty lately. Hopefully it’s okay. Maybe it’s not. But I haven’t blogged in over a month, and I thought maybe I would feel better if I blogged it out. I feel like if you’re reading my … Continue reading

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Wait for it

One thing depression does to your brain is to make temporary difficulties feel permanent. It’s that switch in your head that turns, “I currently don’t have a job,” to “I’ll never have a job,” or “I’m currently single,” to “I will be alone … Continue reading

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Are You Happy Now?

I was reading an interview once in New York Magazine with Vincent Kartheiser, who plays Pete Campbell on Mad Men. This one quote stood out to me and I was thinking about it again recently: “There’s an epidemic of happiness that’s overwhelming our environment … Continue reading

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