It’s unbelievable what a difference a year makes. I barely left the house because of depression, now I’m actively experiencing nature.
In celebration of RM’s birthday and in inspiration of him visiting Infinity Mirrors, I decided to finally publish my experience at the exhibits when they came to The Cleveland Museum of Art!
Watching RM develop and chart his own path of personal growth is inspiring, so much so that I’ve thought to myself, how would I answer the same question if asked, “Who am I?” I can’t.
I have two distinctly different personalities wrecking my heart. One is of love, the other isn’t. Out of self-preservation, I’m questioning whether I ever knew myself or if I’ve just accepted the person I’ve become.
Now that my fifth counseling session is tomorrow, I can say it’s been an incredibly tough journey. I cried a lot and had two anxiety attacks, but the fourth counseling session reeled me in a depressed state for three days…
When I barely started this blog, I was battling depressive symptoms. The last bout of depression I experienced was as a preteen and all throughout my teenage years – I forgot what it was like until it hit me like a brick. I was driving home one evening, from nowhere significant, nothing on my mind, […]