Monthly Archives: September 2016

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I broke one of my own rules: I read the comments. Like many watching Monday’s presidential debate, I was bewildered to hear a presidential nominee insinuate that our cyber security could be put at risk by “someone sitting on their … Continue reading

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What I Want My Loved Ones to Know When My Depression Makes Me ‘Disappear’

I know my depression has returned full-force when I start to triage my life. The simplest tasks overwhelm me, so I begin to make silent, irrational deals with myself. “If you can get out of bed and make it to work on time, … Continue reading

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When Meds are the Problem

Glennon Doyle Melton, one of my favorite writers and mental health advocates, recently shared this about the return of her depression, “You guys. I got a little jacked up again. And I’m in the middle of the mess now.” We often … Continue reading

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