A Good Place

I’m finally able to get my next post written. Where I’m at now with my treatment and life… As far as treatment goes, I must change people for my meds again. The nurse practitioner I’ve been seeing since I moved in 2020 has left the practice. I have my first appointment with the new woman... Continue Reading →

My Illness & My Faith- Part IV

I love words. I do. I love reading them, writing them… I LOVE learning new ones. I even have a board on Pinterest dedicated to words believe it or not. I enjoy learning in general and words feed right into that obsession. As of late various scripture readings have stuck out to me. Two passages... Continue Reading →

Your Fight, Battle Scars

Battle scars are the hardest part to explain of a mental illness. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some fade into mere nothings while others remain part of you as a constant reminder. What’s worse? They come internally as well as for the whole world to see. I have both. I have had all... Continue Reading →

Our Own Brand of Therapy

So… to start… The definition of therapy is: treatment intended to relieve or heal [a disorder]. The “Disorder” part can be scrapped for all I care in that definition. Everyone can use therapy of some sort. Therapy with an actual therapist isn't for everyone; and for others it's the perfect remedy. I fought it for... Continue Reading →

People! What We Need from You

People. We need different things from them. At least I know I do. There's the expectations. Let's start with those: There are the ones that people expect us to need from them AND the ones WE expect we are going to need from certain people. Family, for example, people would assume you need something specific... Continue Reading →

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