Tag Archives: Depression

What I Learned from Years of High Functioning Depression, Anxiety, and Low Self-Esteem — Cristian Mihai

Ever wondered how depression feels like? It feels like being afraid of heights and having to live at the top floor of a skyscraper. It also feels like the building is on fire. Burning from the inside out, slowly consuming … Continue reading

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What a Semi-Colon Tattoo Might Mean – October 23, 2019

Trigger warning – talk of suicide Update: Seems some missed the point “might mean” in the next paragraph. I didn’t list some other reasons – the person considered suicide but did not follow through, having  a relative who committed suicide. … Continue reading

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Colonial Gothic Bundle of Holding Update – July 9, 2019

I missed this when I posted the original post, New Bundle of Holding Offers and Interesting Update from Bundle of Holding – July 4, 2019, but noticed it when I added the information to the Gaming Sunday post recently. I … Continue reading

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New Bundle of Holding Offers and Interesting Update from Bundle of Holding – July 4, 2019

Newest Bundle of Holding Offers (one is Fourth of July themed) below, but first the interesting update: A NEW FEATURE: PURCHASE UPGRADES! One long-standing feature request from Bundle of Holding customers is, “I’d like to be able to buy just … Continue reading

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People with Depression or Bipolar Disorder Want Better Treatment and Care – 23andMe

I saw this not too long ago on 23andMe – People with Depression or Bipolar Disorder Want Better Treatment and Care: https://blog.23andme.com/research-communities/people-with-depression-or-bipolar-disorder-want-better-treatment-and-care/. I thought I had scheduled it earlier, but not seeing it as published or in my Draft or … Continue reading

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Unseen signs — Jen’s life

When I think back about my childhood I come to realize that I showed a lot of signs of depression, I didn’t understand what I was doing was for a reason. I understand now that maybe what I was doing … Continue reading

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How to Talk to a Child About Their Parent’s Depression — The Dopamine Queen

When a parent has depression it can be very confusing for a young child. My children wondered if it was their fault, if they had done something wrong. When they understood it wasn’t them and they had no effect on … Continue reading

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This is what depression looks like. — Not Your Average Coffee Bean

(Disclaimer: I hold no counseling license or degree in psychology. This post is my story with the intent to raise awareness about depression, self-care, and getting help if you need it.) Over the past two months, my life took a … Continue reading

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Irish Student Admitted to Hospital For Depression Actually Had a Deadly Brain Infection — Madison Area Lyme Support Group

https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/doctors-discover-irish-student-who-was-admitted-to-hospital-for-depression-actually-had-a-deadly-brain-infection-38075556.html Doctors discover Irish student who was admitted to hospital for depression actually had a deadly brain infection Hannah Farrell Erin Cardiff May 3 2019 11:24 AM A Dublin student who was admitted to a psychiatric hospital after doctors thought … Continue reading

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Have Family Member Or Friend Struggling With Mental Health Issues?

I saw this on Firefox when I re-started my browser: https://lifehacker.com/how-to-talk-to-a-friend-struggling-with-their-mental-he-1832234589. Posting for a friend who is struggling. If you would keep her in your thoughts and prayers, I would appreciate it. She’s a very private person or I would … Continue reading

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