The oldest man in the world is doing laps in front of us. As the boys bicker over whether or not to play ping pong, I watch the man bob […]
Nothing–I mean nothing–depresses me more than seeing my kids afraid of me. Nightmare visions flood my head as I see clip after clip after clip of small faces crying and […]
For the Love of Dogs: Three Ways Companion Animals Improve Your Health | The Science of Addiction.
Last week, it hit me during my morning ritual of reading email. Despite three digital reminders, I realized I hadn’t taken my daily meds. Up to the kitchen I went, […]
January is rife with depression triggers—holiday let down and fewer days of sunlight—and I’ve added a few of my own, including job hunting and a resolution to write more. I’m […]
Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed bloggers are taking hiatuses or giving up blogging. Reasons for this include S.A.D. (seasonal affective disorder), blogging burn-out, and depression to name a […]
Does being sad scare you? When you’re down, do you find yourself wondering if you’re just sad or slipping into depression? For an upcoming post, I’m looking for readers willing […]