I felt that during this time, I should choose to focus on something positive so this post is going to be just that. So let’s talk about the return of JJ. I mentioned in Trust My Lonely that JJ and I were no longer friends but his prior return was the beginning of me digging […]

Life

April 3, 2020

Social Distancing and Romantic Relationships

Towards the end of my telework day, I get a phone call from one of the women I work with. I instantly hear my other co-worker saying, “We’re all here.” All I could think of was, “Aw, shit, what happened, we didn’t plan this call.” I then found out that one of the ladies was […]

Uncategorized

April 1, 2020

Social Distancing and Bad News

It’s been quite some time but I figured now is a better time than any to come back and get real. They say that during this time it is super important to maintain the routines of your daily life before social distancing, before the stay-at-home orders came out. I’ve been treating every day the same […]

Life

March 31, 2020

Social Distancing and Mental Health

You cannot heal in the same environment that made you sick. I am a firm believer that one’s environment is directly related to how well we are able to, well for a lack of a better term, get well.  I also believe that the man upstairs sometimes blesses us with some of his special people […]

Life

May 28, 2019

Good for the Soul.

Unsolicited – (adj.) not asked for; given or done voluntarily. I write for pleasure, to educate, and to give those people who suffer from any of the myriad of mental illnesses that I do some hope that you can continue to live your best life.  When I share, I share for a purpose.  As an […]

Mindfulness

May 27, 2019

Unsolicited.

Christine Miserandino wrote an amazing story called, “The Spoon Theory,” in which she described her telling of her best friend what it is like to live with a finite amount of energy each and every day. Miserandino lives with lupus, which is how the spoon theory first became attached, to those living with chronic illnesses […]

Mindfulness

May 6, 2019

I am a Spoonie.

I’m going to be honest here – this isn’t the first draft. I still have that post saved but what I was trying to say wasn’t making sense. It was a convoluted mess of words which I guess is telling of my current mental state but we’ll get there in a minute. I absolutely adore […]

Medical Minute, Mindfulness

May 3, 2019

What a Radiant Crescendo.

We both knew our marriage had to end, yet here I was at the courthouse, alone, sitting in front of the magistrate confirming that I didn’t want alimony but I wanted my name back. I was so angry at you. I’ve been angry with you. We both agreed, didn’t we? You filed your answer. So […]

Uncategorized

February 4, 2019

Dear Wasband.

Oh the holidays.  I don’t really care for them, they’re just another day and with this new job, they’re days off, and who doesn’t enjoy a PAID day off. I think in the back of my mind in November, I knew something was going to hit the fan.  My psych had stated that we could […]

Uncategorized

December 15, 2018

SAD.

Go get your praise from someone else, you did a number on my health.  My world is brighter by itself and I can do better. Alessia Cara, trust my lonely At my last appointment, my psychiatrist had asked me what changed, what had allowed me to not only get better but be able to make […]

Uncategorized

November 30, 2018

Trust my lonely.

Follow us