Depression Through Eyes Of A Survivor: Don’t Let It Claim Your Life

However globally important this subject may be, the reason why I'm taking on such a dreadful subject today is a personal itch I can't seem to scratch no matter what I do. Since finding out about Reckful's passing, I've been carrying a heavy load in my heart that follows me everywhere I go. I can't … Continue reading Depression Through Eyes Of A Survivor: Don’t Let It Claim Your Life

Fear Of Dying And How It Keeps Me In Check

2020 - what a year to be writing apocalyptic posts! Jokes aside: fear of death, or non-existence on our current plane, is quite a common phobia. Whenever a disaster strikes (and we've had a fair share of those in the past few months!), humans tend to become increasingly aware of death as a possibility. I … Continue reading Fear Of Dying And How It Keeps Me In Check

How To Nurture Your Mental Health During Isolation

It's a crazy, scary world out there - and no matter how much we love our families or enjoy spending time away from offices, in warmth of our homes - when it hits us that we don't know when or how this will all end, it can hit pretty hard. What matters most during this … Continue reading How To Nurture Your Mental Health During Isolation

I’m Tired Of “I Chose You Instead” Posts

...with all due respect to anyone who's ever written one. It's not for me. If you're not sure what I'm talking about, it's the plethora of blog posts that emphasize on how dedicated mothers will leave a house full of dirty dishes and unfolded laundry laying around the house, so they can be with their … Continue reading I’m Tired Of “I Chose You Instead” Posts