Dramatic or not, I am tired of feeling this way, and pretending it isn't happening isn't making anything better. So something has to change.
I had a pretty rough week. And changing a few behaviors hasn't eradicated my shame. But it has shown me that I am not completely prisoner to it.
It can be really hard to watch someone you love experience mental illness.
Practice acknowledging your fear and making the conscious decision to move forward with the fear.
When you clean by junebugging, you pick an spot you want to clean, and keep bringing yourself back to that spot, no matter where you wander through the cleaning process.
This is me. This is what mental health issues look like up close and personal.
This is an ultimate guide, a masterpost full of links regarding every aspect of therapy I could think of.
Even though survival mode is largely subconscious, there are still conscious things we can do to lessen its impact on our lives.
If I wasn't consistently getting closer to being better, then I wasn't getting closer to being better at all.
How can we keep recovering while all alone in our houses?