If you have been following this tale for the past two posts [see Elki (Loops and Whorls pt. 1) and Lost Income (Loops and Whorls pt. 2)]… Read more “Breaking it Down (Loops and Whorls pt. 3)”
Ironically, right as I am leaving therapy, is when I created this decision tree about whether or not therapy would be a good fit for you, the… Read more “Is Therapy a Good Fit for You?”
For a quick summary (to catch up those of you who jumped to pt. 2), my dog, Elki, has arthritis, degenerative joint disease, both knee caps out… Read more “Lost Income (Loops and Whorls pt. 2)”
I debated whether or not to write this. Wondered about how it would be taken, how it would change life – if at all. Life has been… Read more “Elki (Loops and Whorls pt. 1)”
My therapist and I are both very visual people, so to explain symptoms or other problems to her I often use analogies. This week I used the… Read more “The Juggler”
At twenty-one I was institutionalized. At twenty-two I was married. I didn’t learn how to be an independent person. That has to change.
My apartment is my prison. The location and the view may change, but I’m still stuck. Scared to live.
Trouble Begins (or continues): For about a month now, I’ve only been taking half of my prescribed dosage of medicine in order to stretch my remaining medicine… Read more “From A Delusional Mind”
Having a mental illness is NOT the same thing as being possessed by demons … and this is supported Biblically.
Speaking sincerely, living with a mental illness sucks. It’s a constant battle no one can see. Here’s an update on how things are in my invisible world.