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Gratitude Journal: 3/31/23

This week, I am grateful for: My job paying for me to take a course to better myself My job landing a big new contract Being appreciated for my work Having tickets to meet the original cast of Scream (1996) this weekend What are you grateful for this week?

Depression And Addiction Resource Guide

I was recently reached out to by Nicole, who works with Boca Recovery Center, which is a free web resource and 24/7 helpline that provides information about addiction, pregnancy, eating disorders, and mental health issues. Nicole mentioned this in her email to me: Nearly a quarter of American adults in 2020 had a form of... Continue Reading →

End The Stigma

"You must always remember that the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."Alucard Tepes: Castlevania This feels like a good reminder for myself and one of the main reasons I started this blog in the first place: to spread awareness. The stigma and ignorance behind mental illness is... Continue Reading →

Stable (Poem)

This is another older poem that I wrote when I felt a little more stability due to the medication I was on at the time. The point is, it's possible with time and patience. Also, maybe a little bit of forgiveness if you don't reach your wellness goals. Have compassion for yourself, and be proud... Continue Reading →

Gratitude Journal: 3/24/23

This week, I am grateful for: Getting a lot of stuff done at work Being appreciated for my work Listening to music in the mornings Making weekend plans with my wife What are you grateful for this week?

Have Courage

"Even in the darkest of times, there is always hope. But sometimes fear clouds our vision. Sometimes our strength gives out. And yet sometimes, when all seems lost, a light shines through the darkness, and we are reminded that even the smallest amount of courage can turn the tides of war."Ignitus: The Legend Of Spyro:... Continue Reading →

Medicated (Poem)

I wrote this poem sometime early last year when I was really going through it. The endless sea of depression, despite taking medication, kept on coming. This made me quit all of my medications at once, which probably made things worse. I'm in a better place now, thankfully. Don't give up. This, too, shall pass.... Continue Reading →

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