I’m scared if I don’t write, don’t get some of what’s on my mind out, I’ll have another panic attack in the middle of the night and not be able to sleep. I think I’m tired from the day, think I’ve taken in too much information and my brain doesn’t have the capacity to sortContinue reading “stream of consciousness”
Your feelings are not stupid. It’s not stupid you’re hung up on your ex. It’s not stupid you’re mortified someone pointed out your weight gain. It’s not stupid you’re obsessed with the thought you’ll make the wrong decision if you pick this opportunity over that one. It’s not stupid you’re still angry at that personContinue reading “Your feelings aren’t stupid.”
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Having someone you love battle with depression and/or anxiety (aka wonky brain around this blog) can be heart wrenching and heavy, especially if it’s a particularly bad or long season of it. I imagine it can feel extra overwhelming if you’ve never dealt with wonky brain or if you’ve never dealt with it to the extentContinue reading “tips for when someone you love has wonky brain”
“Worrier” is a label that has fit me for as long as I can remember. As a child most of that worry involved an obsessive fear of people breaking in our house at night or me/my family getting bit by a dog (or when I was really little, of wolves who know how to useContinue reading “Strategies for the Wonky Brain – Part. 1”