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When the living room is more cluttered than a Salvation Army trinket shelf, our abilities to develop healthy mental habits can be negatively affected. If nothing else, the chaos in the home certainly doesn't help the chaos in our heads. And, in fact, studies show that a messy space fuels the depressed and anxious mind.
I took a week off from posting on Dadding Depressed because I caught myself succumbing once again to that evil puppeteer. Obsessing over clicks, visits, and views, stats, and people’s varying opinions of me and my blog.
Regarding men with mental illness, we can learn a lesson from the great Clint Dempsey. Success doesn’t always have to look pretty or amazing. Sometimes success is just setting yourself up well, positioning yourself in the right place at the right time and then mustering that final grit needed to succeed.
I wrote another piece for HavingTime.com. Check out How To Stop Apologizing For Everything You Do.
Caffeine by definition is “a crystalline compound that is found especially in tea and coffee plants and is a stimulant of the central nervous system.” Those with mental health issues simply do not need to stimulate our central nervous systems anymore than we naturally do.
I see danger and a lack of reality in attaching ourselves to a meta-narrative between inherent good versus inherent evil as represented in Charlottesville. It is not as simple or as black and white as a romanticized war between good and evil; it is groups of individual vessels of potential, who, at the core, are seeking the same things in opposing spots; identity, purpose, and community.
It often feels like my job is to be an internet sponge. I soak up what’s going on in the world and then squeeze it out through Dadding Depressed. As I work throughout the week, I stumble upon many valuable resources that don’t always find a home in a blog post. So, here are a…
I was blindsided by an anxiety disorder in October of 2015. It was, hands down, the single most terrifying experience of my adult life. I realized that I was in trouble when I had what I can only describe as a nervous breakdown.