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Tag Archives: depression
I’m linking up today with Heather of The Extraordinary Ordinary for Just Write. Many of you know I’ve been dealing with depression and withdrawal side effects from the medications I’ve been taking. It feels very lonely out here. My husband … Continue reading
I got this in a fortune cookie my husband and kids brought home for me last week. D took them out for Chinese when I wasn’t feeling so well, which I greatly appreciated. Hiding my feelings is ironically something … Continue reading
Stevie, short for Stephanie, is a self-proclaimed coffee addict, wife, and mother to three fur babies that have taken over her heart and home. A lover of words and yoga, she blogs at Joy … Continue reading
the fog creeps slowly over my unsuspecting brain; thoughts swim like lost fish, bob to the surface for a moment, then drift back down to the deep; sleep is fitful, starting out with a hoodie and pants, ending in sweat … Continue reading
In his own words, Michael Lombardi says: When I’m not defending the streets of Gotham under cover of night, I’m a stay-at-home dad to two dogs and one human. I’m in my early … Continue reading
Joining Jana today for my Stream of Consciousness (#SOC) post. I’m not following her prompt, however. Sorry, Jana! Maybe next week, ok? I profess a profound love for all things Wonder Woman, as many of you know, and I’m passing … Continue reading
Molly Shalz is a working mama to two beautiful and sweet boys, four-years-old and 2 1/2. They certainly keep her on her toes! Molly began blogging in December 2006 when she realized how much she missed writing. An online journal seemed … Continue reading
Kimberly Speranza writes Sperk*, a fearless examination of life with two adolescent daughters. She is a stay-at-home mom, divorced, in a relationship, and has a gift for procrastination. She has been blogging since 2011 and … Continue reading