Say It

Talking is hard but you never know where it might lead you. Stay bottled up and you stay miserable; put a little trust in others and breathe a sigh of relief. Distraction only works for so long but those who really know you can see the truth behind any smile. In our minds the moment … Continue reading Say It

Dealt a Bad Hand of Cards

Tonight at work, my CEO was talking about how he got over the 4 stages of diabetes: Denial, Anger, Depression, and Acceptance (DADA). I am pretty sure that these same stages can be applied to OCD or any mental health disorder. They might take on slightly different orders or it might look like "dADa" but … Continue reading Dealt a Bad Hand of Cards

No More Diets

I bite my tongue when people ask me for a diet plan. "Just tell me what to eat because I can do that. I just need something to follow" I have gotten confident in my answer of "no." I go on with: "You wanna know why I say no. It's because all diets do is label … Continue reading No More Diets

InDeCiSiOn

Indecision. Don't know the best kind of apple to buy so you don't get any, can't choose the best order to do our errands to be efficient so it becomes whatever you see first, can't choose what color nail polish to use so you use both. Inconvenient. Nagging. Frustrating. Time consuming. I mean, how long can one spend staring … Continue reading InDeCiSiOn

Ongoing (and) Constant Disorder

But wait what-if..wait no last time I did x,y,z. Should I feel this? Or that? But what if I don't know? I need to ask someone...."You think I should do it right?" "I have never been like this does that mean I am in love? But wait, what about when I ...or what if I … Continue reading Ongoing (and) Constant Disorder