This Year Is Like A See-Saw

The year 2020 was off to a fantastic start. I was feeling like a brand new me. Someone who was beginning to live life as if he woke up 11 years after 2008 when depression hit big and made the 2010 decade a complete blur for me. All of the raw, bottled up emotions were […]

The Temporary Crashing Halt

There are so many things I want to write about and express. Day after day there are constant triggers hitting me in the head more than ever. I was told by my therapist the last time I saw her (I still have to wait to see her until December but for reasons not having to […]

Recovery Road (A Self-Care Poem)

Walking down a street called Recovery Road Walking Twenty Four Seven with a heavy load No breaks, no sleep, but the street never ends He pushes on and on, but the road just extends He doesn’t want to stop because of how far he came I should clarify a bit. The road is his brain […]

I Am Not Satisfied

These past couple weeks I have been having a severe case of writer’s block when it comes to this blog. Too much has been happening with moving, being around my parents too much, and constant calls with health insurance and the social security office who don’t know how to do their job and keep sending […]

Positively, Authentic Me

There is something that has been bugging me for a good part of this year so far. Actually scratch that. It’s been the better part of my whole life, but I say this year because of me now being more self aware than ever before. This is my association with the word “positive”. If you […]

My Autobiographical Mix

Yesterday I had yet another very productive and insightful session with my therapist. It started out with me once again venting about how I am constantly stressing over being 30 instead of 20 and how depression has stole over a decade of my life. It then turned into her reassuring me that it was very […]