“Chelsea? Chelsea?” I don’t look up. Wendy the counselor waits; I assume she waits patiently. She’s going to have to wait for a while, if she thinks waiting will get … Continue reading The Pit of My Mind
Chelsea is a person, much like you. She also writes occasionally, reads often, mothers daily, and sleeps and eats in her free time.
I was conversing with my dear, oblivious husband the other night. I’d had an epiphany about my negative perspective of everything. Beginning to expound, I said something about depressive people thinking one … Continue reading What’s so Normal About Labels?
Hi. I can’t really see you, from here. No, I don’t want to come out into the light so that I can. It’s comfortable in here in my cozy, life-sucking … Continue reading Inside the Mind of Depression
Hormones are crazy things. I’ve heard them blamed for anger, happiness, motivation, lust, and cranky teenagers. Turns out, they’re responsible for much more than that. In reading over Dr. Wikipedia … Continue reading My Experiences with Hormone Supplements
My mind is awake, just now. It’s an odd sensation, one that causes me to look around like a scared rabbit. I’m fairly certain I even twitched my nose and … Continue reading My Favorite (Bad) Coping Mechanism
Throughout my life, I’ve wondered if I have or will have a mental illness. How would I know? Whenever I learned of our family history of Depression, I worried about my future. … Continue reading Is It Really That Bad?
I have a list of favorite questions people ask me. Concerning milder subjects, like motherhood, they’re phrases like, “What do you do all day?” Or, “What’s new?” Those have easy … Continue reading What’s Wrong?