I am almost as happy about this announcement as I was about my pizza :’) I can almost say I am officially a published author! The "It's Ok to Not Be Ok" e-book is going live TOMORROW at 1pm ET (10am PT, 11am MT, 12pm CT). Please help us get to Amazon Best Seller by … Continue reading “It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” E-book Goes Live TOMORROW!!!
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May 2017 This is an old email thread I received by a man named Vladimir Karas in response an article I published in 2017 titled "Becoming Bipolar." I had only been diagnosed with bipolar disorder for 5 months at that time and had been writing for even less, but thankfully I was very confident in … Continue reading To Cat Love Vladimir
A hallucination is a false sensory perception that is created by the mind and not actually experienced. Contrary to popular believe, a hallucination does not have to be some outrageous and obvious phenomenon. In fact, what makes a hallucination a hallucination is that it is not obvious at all, not to the person hallucinating. It … Continue reading Hallucinations
I have to admit, I was quite undecided for a long time about whether or not I approved of Hannah Baker's suicide attempt being graphically depicted on "13 Reasons Why," a Netflix original based off the book written by Jay Asher. When I first heard about the release of the show, I was thrilled. Finally … Continue reading The Abandonment of the Suicide Attempt Portrayal on ’13 Reasons Why’
My meds make me fat. Well, fatter. I'm not clinically overweight. My BMI is still normal, my cholesterol is normal, I don't have diabetes or heart disease or any potentially detrimental health effects. No outward signs of being actually, significantly, problematically fat. But I feel fat. I look fat when I'm in front of a … Continue reading My Meds Make Me Fat: A (Mostly) Empirical Account
Weird. It feels weird. Good weird, though. Excitingly weird. Exhileratingly weird. Successfully weird. Nervously weird. Abnormally weird. What-the-hell-am-I-doing-I-don't-know-but-I'm-ready-for-it weird. WEIRD. I'm in such a stable place and have been for such a long time (2 years let's GO) that when I read my old writing I hardly recognize it. I'm so thankful that those memories, … Continue reading How It Feels to (Finally) Become an Author