A little exercise in free writing: trying to understand my thoughts, mental health, life, and more.
My First Year of College With Depression
Hang In There
In today's world where things seem worse every day, it's quite natural to feel bogged down and alone. During such times, it's crucial to fully process your emotions and thoughts before doing anything else. Most significantly, it's critical to remember that you're never alone. Help is always just around the corner.
How I Spent the Summer Before College in Therapy
Where I’ve Been the Last Few Months
It’s taken me a while to figure out what I’m going to write for this post; but after a full-fledged spiral and a few tears later, I’ve found some clarity. Perhaps. It isn’t easy talking about my depression. If it were in fact easy, there’d be a lot more stories, articles, books, movies and blogs [...]
#9: Why My College Rejections Felt Like The End of The World
#8: How A Failed Suicide Attempt Saved My Life
#7: Why Depression Can Make Doing Anything Really Hard
#5: What It Was Like Being Diagnosed with Depression at 17
#4: My First Experience with Self-Harm
Being depressed is a frightening feeling. When you feel no real passion for anything, and you’re not in control of your mood, emotions, and thoughts, it’s your mind’s way of telling you to slow down; it’s your mind’s way of yelling at you to take it seriously. But, as I’ve said earlier, how often do [...]