Month: May 2018


One of the most annoying things about mental illness is going into therapy thinking you’re in an awesome place and leaving with emotional burdens you didn’t even know you had been carrying. That’s what happened to me on Monday. I walked in, proud to tell my therapist about how I […]


Having anxiety means I’m always worrying about 20 steps ahead or romanticizing 20 steps behind me. Like a lot of people, it can be hard for me to disconnect from that defense mechanism to truly enjoy the moment I’m in. I feel like I’m constantly preparing for catastrophe or remembering […]