To the Friends that I’ve Lost

To The Friends That I've Lost,  First let me apologize. I'm sorry that we are not friends anymore. I'm sorry that my mental illnesses have caused a divide between us. And I'm sorry that you won't be around when I get better.  What you don't understand is that it is hard for me to make friends. I... Continue Reading →

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  Just as I have been going through many changes recently, so too is my blog. Bear with me while I update the look and feel of the site. It'll all be worth it in the end. - K

Living With Comorbid Disorders 

Comorbidity is the presence of one or more additional diseases or disorders co-occurring with (that is, concomitant or concurrent with) a primary disease or disorder. Like so many people out there, I live with multiple mental and physical disorders. Each disorder on its own can be debilitating for me, but add them up and I'm... Continue Reading →

How a Puppy is Saving Me 

It's no secret I suffer from Major Depressive Disorder, Anxiety and Panic Disorders and PTSD. Over the last few months I've become more open about my struggles in an attempt to help not only myself, but others who are suffering like me. I'm working with a great team of doctors and taking several medications, but... Continue Reading →

Be Kind, Children Are Absorbing 

Today is the day after the national election and the results are in. We have elected a new president. Today the full spectrum of emotions is running high: happy, sad, extatic, angry, scared, unsure, indifferent, and the list goes on. Today I'm writing with purpose. Whether you do or do not like the President Elect... Continue Reading →

My World

I think all the time how much I miss writing. I think of all the things I could write about and start in my head, and then I get distracted with life and forget to write. But not tonight. Tonight I'm writing.  I've always had a small family. Most of my childhood it was just... Continue Reading →

My Christmas Heartache 

I'm sitting in my living room, looking at my Christmas tree and listening to my kids playing together. All of the happiness surrounding me, and and I'm doing every thing I can to hold back the sobs. This will be the first Christmas we have without my mom. I finally understand what it feels like... Continue Reading →

A Lesson From My 10 Year Old

The husband and I have tried our hardest to raise our children to be good, compassionate human beings. We've taught them that color, race, religion, etc. do not matter in the grand scheme of things. We've taught them to recognize bullying and speak up for themselves and others if they see it. You never know... Continue Reading →

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