I changed my mind. I’m taking another week off blogging – TTFN!
I mentioned Friday how depression keeps you from doing chores but didn’t have time to talk about it (because dishes), so I wanted to explain a bit more about how depression makes you separate from your life. That’s the phase or type of depression that affects chores for me. Where I find I do less … More How Depression Makes You Separate from Your Life
Yes, you read that right. 🤦♀️ I am writing a short post so I have time to do dishes. A sad reflection of adult life, really. If you’ve read my past posts, though, you’re probably wondering if the need to do dishes has anything to do with depression. Because that’s a thing – when depression … More Short Post So I Have Time to Do Dishes
Plenty of people try to make you feel guilty for not functioning well regardless of your mental illness. What they don’t know is that you already feel guilty for not doing well. Not succeeding at being normal. There’s a guilt from mental illness that isn’t talked about enough. Mine is strongest when my depression and/or … More The Guilt from Mental Illness
Having depression and anxiety hit at the same time is like trudging through a heavy fog split by lightning. Only the fog is physically heavy as well as thick, and the lightning strikes you each time, sending roaring energy through you to the ground. Casting your nerves and mind into a jittering frenzy and leaving … More Depression & Anxiety: A Heavy Fog Split by Lightning
In honor of World Mental Health Day yesterday, be kind to yourself today. To others, too, but don’t leave yourself out. You matter, and so does your mental health. Hugs,Savannah