Nathan from MBNB made a post recently, that got me thinking about taking care of my mental health, and what that looks like “in general.” What exactly does it mean to take care of my mental health? Well, for me, … Continue Reading Taking Care Of Your Mental Health: What Does It Mean?
I want to be at peace with having been a loner growing up. I want to be at peace with … Continue Reading 11 Things I Want To Be At Peace With
I have “finalized” over 100 schedules in the past 20 years—none of which I’ve been able to stick with. In … Continue Reading Making A Schedule
A blog (not associated with WordPress) that I’ve been reading as of late, pissed me off today, with the suggestion … Continue Reading Blogs That Make Outlandish Claims
Awhile back, the above question was asked by Eliza’s Journey to Life (on one of her “Gratitude Challenge” posts). My … Continue Reading What Five Things Do You Like About Yourself?
Talk about making mistakes! And, just because you spent a long time making one! This post is about how I … Continue Reading Focus And Changing Direction (Sooner Rather Than Later)
Disclaimer: This Site is intended to provide general knowledge, and is not intended to serve as medical advice of any … Continue Reading Why I No Longer Advocate Any Kind Of Therapy
One day, while browsing around Reddit, I was excited to find this post’s image file. And, both it and some … Continue Reading Talking It Out (And Doing The Right Thing) Has Helped Me
I am scared of several things right now! My health, getting COVID-19, my wife’s health, and my wife getting COVID-19. … Continue Reading I Am Frightened, But Maybe That’s Good!
I am getting closer to figuring some things out. It’s about goals. And, I do better with one goal at … Continue Reading What Can Stable And Functioning Look Like?
I’ve ultimately been living with schizoaffective disorder for over 20 years. It has totally taken me down, in the sense … Continue Reading Doing One’s Best With Severe Mental Illness
It’s a lonely road. Really. Being different. Doing things differently. I have tried to fit in. At various intervals in … Continue Reading Why I Don’t (And Probably Never Will) Fit In