Updates: June 2022

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I honestly haven’t had the drive, will, motivation to write at all. The most writing I’ve done was in Finch, my gamified mental health habit app; or on Journey, my journaling app. Even then, it’s just a sentence or two at the most. Recently, I’ve had a session with … Continue reading Updates: June 2022

My usual impulses

If you're a close friend or family member, you may know that I'm having a depressive relapse. Again. When I'm feeling this low, I usually think of utterly drastic changes to my life. I'll be the first one to admit that I am impulsive, and when I'm in that mood, I can hardly be swayed … Continue reading My usual impulses

My parents finally have a better understanding of my mental illness, and I couldn’t be more grateful

When it comes to my family, my preferred love language is Acts of Service. This means that I feel most love when they do things for me, such as driving me to errands, making me coffee in the morning, and cooking for me. I love my mom and my stepdad dearly. After some hard times … Continue reading My parents finally have a better understanding of my mental illness, and I couldn’t be more grateful