Tag Archives: depression

and also with YOU.

As some of you may or may not know, the affluential DJ and producer Avicii died on April 20th of this year. Inferences I made from news articles and captions made by his friends and fellow DJs, lead me to … Continue reading

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Thanks, Captain.

The other day Jey asked me, “You ever have those moments where you’re reminded of why you’re with someone?” before praising his wife. Thankfully, I do.  I remember having a really tough week at my previous job. Granted, I hated … Continue reading

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Live for Life.

I pride myself in having an active imagination. I credit this partly to being an only child, but I also believe it’s an innate characteristic of mine. People say I’m great with kids, but I think it’s because I act … Continue reading

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Find Your Happy.

The first time I did yoga I nixed the gateway drug, and dived straight into Bikram. For those of you unfamiliar with the practice, imagine standing in uncomfortable poses for 90 minutes … in hell. While it wasn’t my favorite thing … Continue reading

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Dying to Live.

Depression never seems real until it’s too late. While more light is being shed on the subject partly due to high profile cases like Robin Williams, talking about it is still taboo. When I would tell my mom I was … Continue reading

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Deciphering Depression.

I can’t say I’m an expert on anything, but I mostly write from experience. And I can say that I’ve experienced bouts of depression. Like the death of a child or spouse, it’s a feeling you will never understand unless you’ve … Continue reading

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Smile Now, Cry Later.

Robin Williams is one of the very few celebrities I’ve ever met. I was an employee at a toy store at the time, and he came in with whom I believe were his kids. He had a kind, humble aura, but … Continue reading

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