Has there ever been someone in your past or maybe someone in your current life that makes you experience emotion beyond reason?
For example, the sound of their voice or the statements they make cause instance anger, frustration or fury?
Are you able to get past it or are you currently in the middle of it and have no escape from these emotions? Continue reading “Who Has the Power?”
I had an epiphany recently, one that shouldn’t have taken me so long to realize but it is what it is, right?
I‘ve always been very open and vocal with my issues regarding my father and his lack of attentiveness once I hit puberty. I came to understand that he made choices about what he considered was a priority in his life and I wasn’t one of them. Its fine, I’m over that. What I didn’t realize was how it would affect me once I became a parent. Continue reading “Hi Dad….I have issues!”
I really try to accept everyone for who they are, I really do. But when a person plays the role of constant victim or the perpetual martyr I’m become enraged.
I have no empathy, sympathy or tolerance for it. Continue reading “Go be a victim somewhere else…”
I’ve struggled with whether or not I wanted to write this particular post.
I decided to write it because it won’t leave my brain. It’s constantly in there turning round and round. I’m trying to see it from a non-personal or emotion stand-point and that’s just isn’t happening.
Continue reading “Submit & Reject: #LessonLearned”
The person with the disease suffers. The partner suffers. The family suffers.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) more than 350 million people worldwide suffer from some form of depression. It is estimated that 16 million adults had a least one major episode in 2012 in the US. 6.9% of the population. Despite these numbers, depression is still a taboo disease. It is one that makes people feel helpless. That feeling is exacerbated by the attitude of our society. Continue reading “Who Depression Affects.”