Month: December 2019

Stop Judging Your Progress in Days

In order to view bad days rightly we need to see them in the context of an overwhelmingly positive narrative.

Reflections on a Radical Act of Kindness

In waiting for these stories to come to us, we’re at the mercy of the benevolence of others.

The Hope Christmas Brings to Those Living with Depression

The light that overcomes the darkness, even where the darkness may never know that it has been overcome.

Pursue Your Own Healing for the Good of Others

People who never give themselves the chance to heal, will always deny others the same.

The Socially Anxious Person’s Guide to Partying

We’re in the final stretch of the holiday season, and you’ve been invited to a thing. Here’s the thing about things though. Things are often scary to go to, especially if you’re one of the 7% of Americans who are living with social anxiety….

Getting to Zero

Most people are trying to go from a one to a ten, when they’re not even in the positive numbers.

Why call it Uncharted Chapter?

There are three things I know of that a person with bipolar disorder cannot do: Get a pilot’s license (I looked into it after visiting an airfield) Get a security clearance (I learned this after I tried to get a job that required one)…