Our Generation has had no Great war, no Great Depression. Our war is spiritual. Our depression is our lives.
My relationship with depression has been the longest term relationship that I’ve ever had.
I think we’ve been together for 20 years almost. Wow, isn’t that like, the Prozac anniversary?
We commune and argue and separate and return predictably to each other like co-dependent lovers:
Toxic, but intertwined at the cellular level.
I will never be one of those people who decides that because “I’m feeling well, I’m quitting my meds.”
It’s too predictable and precarious a thought to entertain….for me. I’ve seen that train derail enough through family members.
Depression is a constant, albeit unwanted familiar but it reminds me of strength and fortitude.
Because I’ve worked to never let it stop me, I feel that this is a triumph of sorts.
I refuse to give in to the idea that giving up is somehow an option. That’s a ridiculous thought to me.
I’m in a bout right now, so I’m reading poetry and literature, going for walks, talking to my wife, the stuff that’s helpful for me.
Wishing you all good things in your journey, monkiss
“Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.”
Please, if you never listen to another thing, listen to your gut.
Doing things you’re scared to do, that people think you must be crazy for doing are those things that you must do.
We are here for too little time not to embrace our dreams and follow them where ever they lead.
I’m going to my second orientation on a new job I love tonight….I’m working hard and I work alot and I love what I do…
I don’t know how anyone can spend so much time on a job they hate..I’ve never been able to myself…
we don’t have time for a comfortable, discontented life.
So here are some famous words for you to face the fear and jump with your eyes closed and fingers crossed!
We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face… we must do that which we think we cannot.
In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.
The whole secret of existence is to have no fear. Never fear what will become of you, depend on no one. Only the moment you reject all help are you freed.
Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.
Hi everyone! I’ve missed you all so much.
How was your summer? What was your favourite memory?
Maybe you haven’t made one yet….maybe you made one today.
Here’s my summer in a top 10 list:
B made me an awesome cake and we went out for dinner. We always have fun together she and I.
Vacationing co workers meant 12 hour days, a lot of icecream and running through the sprinklers with the boys.
We had a pretty crazy amount of fun.
Eat. sleep. Beers on patios with friends. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
Married for 2 years and she still doesn’t wanna kill me.
We were here for brunch.
After a month of 12-14 hours shifts and hiring new staff, I was tired!
6. Go to the gym.
I can now run 4.5 miles. Hobbling to the bathroom seems like a distant memory!
But my feet look like the feet of 2 different people stuck on my same body.
7. Train for a second job.
More money, more other people’s problems.
8. Get ready for school.
Spend summer saving, spend it all on my future in one afternoon *sigh*
9. Seem to be constantly busy!
10. Think of you my fellow bloggers, with love and fondness! …xo
Peace,Love and a few weeks left of summer here in the Northern Hemisphere.