Category Archives: Sad times

Woman: DO SOMETHING

Ok so I’m living alone now, which means I’m not cooking for myself much, unless of course you consider opening a bag of lettuce, a can of tuna and a container of soup as cooking. To my credit, I do warm the soup,

Woman: DO SOMETHING

Ok so I’m living alone now, which means I’m not cooking for myself much, unless of course you consider opening a bag of lettuce, a can of tuna and a container of soup as cooking. To my credit, I do warm the soup,

How I’m winning an epic ping pong game with depression

I spent the last few years “being” very sad. I can attribute this to many obvious reasons, but mainly I just felt powerless and in a deep pit of despair lined with slippery, seamless metal. I was beyond being attached

How I’m winning an epic ping pong game with depression

I spent the last few years “being” very sad. I can attribute this to many obvious reasons, but mainly I just felt powerless and in a deep pit of despair lined with slippery, seamless metal. I was beyond being attached

I’m only human

I don’t really wake up with a stretch and a happy yawn this past month. I wake up with a creature crawling around in my head spewing its nasty ideas and accompanying emotions. I barely notice the idea, only the

I’m only human

I don’t really wake up with a stretch and a happy yawn this past month. I wake up with a creature crawling around in my head spewing its nasty ideas and accompanying emotions. I barely notice the idea, only the

Have you acknowledged your inner mean person lately?

While at dinner tonight with a close friend, we got onto the topic of how we perceive the people we meet. When I told her that I initially only see the good in new acquaintances, she let out a hearty laugh.

Have you acknowledged your inner mean person lately?

While at dinner tonight with a close friend, we got onto the topic of how we perceive the people we meet. When I told her that I initially only see the good in new acquaintances, she let out a hearty laugh.

The power of context (The Blues: Part 2)

Just after posting yesterday, I listened to an online talk by Neale Donald Walsch where he discussed three concepts to deal with sadness or despair: Our growth process is already complete; there is nothing going wrong in our lives; and we’re not alone.

The power of context (The Blues: Part 2)

Just after posting yesterday, I listened to an online talk by Neale Donald Walsch where he discussed three concepts to deal with sadness or despair: Our growth process is already complete; there is nothing going wrong in our lives; and we’re not alone.

When the sun on your pillow looks like hell (The blues: Part 1)

For those of you reading my blog regularly, it’s clear that I’ve been having a hard time dealing. It’s difficult to admit when you’re feeling blue, but I hope my honesty helps someone else out there.  Lately it’s been an

When the sun on your pillow looks like hell (The blues: Part 1)

For those of you reading my blog regularly, it’s clear that I’ve been having a hard time dealing. It’s difficult to admit when you’re feeling blue, but I hope my honesty helps someone else out there.  Lately it’s been an

A few hard knocks can teach you a thing or two

I recently had the worst night of my life so far.* Just off the heels of my marriage coming to a finale and two rejection slips of a different kind, I found out I’m losing my job to a corporate restructuring. AND THEN, while I’m

A few hard knocks can teach you a thing or two

I recently had the worst night of my life so far.* Just off the heels of my marriage coming to a finale and two rejection slips of a different kind, I found out I’m losing my job to a corporate restructuring. AND THEN, while I’m