Tag Archives: depression

A little in love

How often do people really take the time to be present and compassionate? I’m profoundly grateful to feel heard. I fell a little in love with the new guy for calling me when I admitted I came home early to … Continue reading

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Heat release

Yesterday I sat down with someone who advised ” Don’t ever lose that fire, yes you can and do inspire people.” Well damn, that put a spike in my Dignitas research, but what a beautiful relief. I really needed the … Continue reading

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Requiem request

Everything’s fine, but I want to put this in writing, because I see it every day how life can change in a flash: Burn everything. All my journals, mementos, scrapbooks, clothes – please just burn it all. Use any body … Continue reading

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Soul mates

My superpower is the manifestation of instant karma. It rarely fails; I mess up somehow, and the universe ensures that instantly I’m forced to confront and intimately reckon with my mistake. On the unusual occasion that it doesn’t happen like … Continue reading

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Secret graffiti

I love when restaurants or bars paint chalkboard paint on the bathroom walls and leave a bowl of chalk. A few just paint their walls white and leave a tray of markers out. The comments are what you would expect … Continue reading

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Monday morning

Sometimes reconnecting with an old friend can provide valuable insight and powerful grounding. I had breakfast this morning with one of my dearest friends from high school, and the conversation reminded me of some important lessons about life, humanity, and … Continue reading

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The spiky inhale

The depression is back, and I could list the reasons why, but it doesn’t change the reality of living with it. The sensation of each breath being a spiky scratch of pain, regret, and the deepest sorrow – all unnecessary, … Continue reading

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The Smell of Water

Watering my plants nearly brought me to tears; is it to late to run away and live on a boat somewhere? The smell of the water was intense, primal, necessary. When I think about the water – swimming, fishing, listening … Continue reading

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RIP Another brilliant human

I dream of running teams of art therapists and teachers to drop in to crisis areas (most of the planet?) to help humans work through things individually and as communities, because people who are emotionally wounded need to heal. All … Continue reading

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Float therapy #5

I fell asleep in the sensory deprivation tank today, it was amazing. Usually I just enjoy the time, but I was exhausted, and as soon as I got comfortable and turned the light out, I was out as well. Interestingly … Continue reading

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