Tag: depression

Yes Officer, I’m Aware That We Don’t Put Cats In The Dumpster

So I’m definitely going to start this whole thing off with a meme that has been making its way around the Facebook world over the last week and I pretty much love it- not because I (so far) have a problem with 2018, but I like it because the idea gives you a little bit

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My Apology Letter to 2017

Hey there 2017. We’ve come to an end and I feel like I owe you a bit of an apology. You see, 2016 really sucked. Like, hard. I feel like you’ll find very few people who may disagree with that fact. Even the people that loved it, secretly hated everything about it. As a result,

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Today’s Lack of Productivity is Brought to You By My Insomnia

It’s is 6:00pm on Tuesday evening. I’ve been awake for three hours. Why? I wasn’t able to fall asleep until around 7:00am. Well hello there insomnia, it’s been a while. Yep. My insomnia is back and it’s doing its best to make my life miserable. Granted, if we’re being real, I haven’t had a good

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I’m Not Dead, Just Floating

First and foremost. If you were not aware, they released Newsies: The Broadway Musical on Digital Video and there’s a fairly decent chance that I have watched it at least ten times since Tuesday. I got to see it twice in theatres during the limited run and I’m really hoping I can see it live

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Why is it Only Wednesday?

This week has low-key been the worst. As I wrote that, I realized that it’s only Wednesday. Now I want to crawl into a hole and die. The general consensus among my friends has been the full moon which I think arrives tonight. Mercury is out of retrograde so I can’t blame that. I don’t,

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Depression is a Bitch and My Brain Wants Me Dead

The posting was a simple one but in reality it said a lot, “Depression is an evil nasty little bitch and I absolutely refuse to let it win. If I’m being honest, it’s got a pretty good lead on me right now.” It was Friday afternoon and I was sitting in the parking lot at

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Six Months Later: We Are Still Orlando

June 12, 2016 is a day I, and so many others, will never forget. I woke up to my phone buzzing non-stop. There had been a mass shooting at a nightclub not far from my home in Orlando. A nightclub frequented by many of my friends. June 12, 2016: The First 24 Hours The morning

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