I didn't watch Queer Eye For The Straight Guy in the early 2000's, but I've been binging on Netflix's reboot. And I think every man--gay, straight, or anywhere in between--should too. Why? Because you just should. Trust me. But if that doesn't do it for you, here are three great reasons.
Sure, I forgot to post about Testicular Cancer Awareness month in April. Whatever. The world has already moved on with "May the fourth be with you" and Timberlake's "It's gonna be May."
The manner in which I process the world is firstly internal. Something happens, whether good or bad, and I send it through a thirty-organ process before I am able to physically respond. Often, I don’t even realize my body is computing an emotional response until it blurts out in word vomit on someone else’s shocked face or I’m caught in an inexplicable bout of darkness with nubby fingers and bitten nails stuck in my teeth.
The only six pack I’ve ever had has been full of beer, and every IPA, Pale Ale, and Breakfast Stout came back with vengeance as I suffered through a mere six reps of inverse crunches.
"Making A Man" by Nixon Waterman is a poem I discovered not too long ago in a crusty poetry book from Goodwill. Take this opportunity to read and respond to it in the comment section below. I'm curious to hear your thoughts. It could be a word, a sentence, a paragraph or two. Let's talk!
My experience is that when I am in a rut of depression or anxiety, I sleep less, but I want to stay in bed more. I cannot find the peace needed for slumber nor the motivation needed to get out of bed, so I whirl awake in the solace of my room.
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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.
On June 26, 2017, NBA historical icon, Bill Russell received the Lifetime Achievement Award from a panel of decorated basketball stars. From 1958 to 1969, the 6’9” center had dominated the court, leading the Boston Celtics to eleven NBA championship titles.