Never Judge A Book

Being aware of your struggles is one thing but once you are in control of your own struggles, being aware that other people struggle offers a whole separate level of empathy and compassion. Today I took a few minutes to respond to a post in a support group on Facebook from someone who went out … Continue reading Never Judge A Book

Slippery Slope

Sometimes it feels like I am sliding backwards a bit. My feet are trying to grip ice, failing to find footing and just staying in the same place. I thought I was progressing, growing, and finding my footing on solid ground, and then I freeze. I feel it come over me. I shiver.  I am … Continue reading Slippery Slope

Murky Waters

Dealing with any mental health issue can be like trudging through murky waters. Everything looks cloudy and you, no matter how hard you try and how many different ways you look at it, cannot make out anything concrete. You can't see the life in the waters below, the tops of your feet, or any sign of … Continue reading Murky Waters