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“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” ― Plato On New Year’s Day I gave myself one assignment – change every burned-out light … Continue reading
This will forever be one of my favorite pictures, taken minutes after crossing the finish line at the Nike Marathon in San Francisco on October 14, 2012. Physically, mentally and emotionally WRECKED. The culmination of a really hard journey to … Continue reading
We don’t know each other, but we’ve spoken once. Nine years ago. I was 27, and it was the day after my father’s funeral. You answered my cell phone. Dad loved writing letters, so it felt appropriate to write one … Continue reading
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
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
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
For anyone who is grieving, some days are like this.