What a terrible title, huh? I'm sure if I checked it out at my favorite headline analyzer it would show I should use more positive words. But there are none I can think of right now. Maybe later. So what's so awful about this day? Well, first of all my Planters Faschiitis has returned. I … Continue reading My horrible, terrible, no good,awful day. Oh, my.
What’s with all the profane book titles?
Why do some authors find they need need to title their self-help with profanity? What's the point? Just to be "edgy"?
When depression collides with a medical illness
I wrote yesterday that I've been having some intestinal problems. Would you believe my doctor's assistant actually called me shortly after I wrote yesterday's post? I rarely answer the house phone but I'm so glad I did. (Yes, we still have a house phone just because it's no cheaper on my cable bill to get … Continue reading When depression collides with a medical illness
Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps
The statement that most depressed people don't want to hear is "Just get a hold of yourself and pull yourself out of your depression." Or some such version. Depressed people hate that but not necessarily because they aren't willing to work on their depression, but because they have no clue where to start. (Neither do … Continue reading Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps
What do your habits say about you?
Have you ever really paid attention to yourself? I mean what you do habitually? Probably not. But there is good reason to do so if you are wanting to be free from depression.