#workwithtoday encourages people to speak about their current reality.
Depression tries to trick you into believing you’re worthless and the truth is, underneath the blanket of depression, you know your worth.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a talker. Which is ironic, really, because I’m also an introvert.
Once I actually ask for help, things get better.
The next time you find your eyes hurting because you’ve spent 10 hours looking at a computer screen, ask yourself: “what could I do to further my connection with other people?”
There are times when i “lose it” or “say something I don’t mean” to someone I love—and then feel shame and embarrassment.
People online aren’t any less “real”.
I Am Depleted and It’s Okay to Feel That Way.
When You Are a Person Who Thinks a Lot (Like Me) We Sometimes Have Trouble Thinking Our Way out of a Problem.
I’m grateful for my therapist. Sometimes the truth is hard to hear, but I appreciate her honesty.
As someone living with anxiety I’ve been told many times “stop being so paranoid.” I know that the majority of the people telling me this mean well.
I once heard someone describe marriage as walking on hot coals
Helping yourself can feel daunting. You know that there’s something that you need to change but you’re afraid.
Anxiety isn’t going to mysteriously disappear just because I want it to.
I’m a naturally anxious person, so when I read things like “getting married causes people anxiety,” I almost want to laugh.
Change is OK.