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While I don't have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder, I understand exactly how his words can feel in that moment. Sometimes you can see all this love around but you can't find a reason to be part of it and stick around. People will tell me that I have so many people that love me, care about me, look up to me, need me, etc. It actually makes me feel worse because I don't see those
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My boys and I are so excited for Avengers: Endgame APRIL 26, 2019 Follow Marvel on Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/marvel Like Marvel on FaceBook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/Marvel For even more news, stay tuned to: Tumblr: ‪http://marvelentertainment.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marvel Google+: ‪https://plus.google.com/+marvel Pinterest: ‪http:
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I tried. I really did. I wanted the job. I was flattered when they asked me to interview. I was amazed that I was given a second interview. Then I was offered the position and asked to report for work on Monday morning. It was overwhelming but so fun. I was doing a job that used my creativity, that needed my level of energy and excitement.  First Day of my New Job Bipolar thrived at the busy
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Approximately 117 people die by suicide every day. This week two of those people were part of my community. How selfish! What a disgrace. Why didn't they ask for help? There is no excuse. There's always another option. Are you kidding me? Until you have been in such a deep dark hole of depression, you have no idea how that person is feeling at the moment they begin a suicide attempt. Your
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How to Help a Child with Anxiety Navigate the School Year When a child feels overly anxious, it can interfere with his or her mood, concentration, and decision-making abilities. Often times, children with anxiety become unengaged in the classroom, which leads to poor achievement relative to their potential. “The negative self-image that ensues contributes to poor motivation to study and
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When I die... I don't think anyone will care what I am wearing. They won't mind the messy hair or the dirty house. No one will think of me as a failure for not finishing the laundry. No one will see the kitchen filled with food, or the full tank of gas in the car, they won't pay attention to the bills that were paid. Or will they? Isn't that worry also part of the problem? What will they say
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New message for me! I am getting out of --  this funk, this blah, this mood, & the last couple weeks of being down. Today (and the rest of May) BE awesome BE positive BE gorgeous I can do this! I am deserving! I'm better than their opinion of me! I am strong! I am still moving forward, the last couple weeks were just slow progress. It is been 4 months of positive changes in my life.
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I have been drinking water!  Only one soda pop yesterday and on Friday. Two each on Wednesday and Thursday. None so far today. These healthier habits are quickly taking hold. I didn't want to jinx it and say anything but I am really proud of myself.  My snacks have been cucumbers and clementines (and some ice cream.) I even passed up the Double Stuf Oreo cookies. It is so odd but I don't
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Anxiety won last night. Plans were set for a Saturday night weeks in advance. I procrastinated to find a sitter hoping to use it as an excuse to cancel. With a small boost of courage and confidence, I found someone to watch the boys. I had two days. Two days to finish my to-do list. Two days to wash dishes, take out the trash, straighten up the boys' room, and clear the middle room.  I
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