Category: Mental Health Recovery

I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery and healing since January 1st of this year. Seeing as how there have only been 66 days since I’ve began, I would still consider myself to be in the early stages of the process. However, I am not the same person I was two months ago, but a […]

Compromise? I won’t compromise my health. I used to shift myself into all sorts of uncomfortable positions in some vain attempt to appease others. Though, now I fear I am watching as the people I love pretzel themselves in acrobatic swings and dives just so I don’t have to go out of my way or […]

You lied about the lies that you lied about. Nothing like some LL Cool J to get this post started, am I right? or am I already overly obnoxious? Either way, I’ll take my chances. I won’t offend your intelligence with a history of why lying isn’t the jazziest thing in the world, but if […]

Greetings fellow bloggers, today I am going to dive into the ocean of mental illness and explore its stigma infested waters. Kinda sounds like I’m trying to impress my high school English teacher with that descriptive and sarcastic lede, huh? Maybe. If you’re out there Mr. Marshall look at me now! In all seriousness sarcasm […]

What? Yeah, I know the title sounds like click bait but I assure you it’s not. (well maybe a little.) This isn’t necessarily an easy topic to tackle and I will do as much as my perspective and insight will allow for. I’ve been wanting to write about Chappelle for awhile and the fact that […]

When someone guilts you into loving them. A lot of the time (maybe I’m still lying to myself) it’s unintentional because we all are products of our environment, right? I mean I know to some degree people can identify when a certain behavior is working. You know what I’m talking about the… “You’re the only […]

Photo by Teodor Bjerrang on Unsplash The other night I was watching a documentary called Encounters at the End of the World from 2007. It was about filmmaker Werner Herzog and his journey to the South Pole to visit the National Science Foundation’s headquarters. It was honestly a good show. Towards the end, they went to see a penguin […]