• on a good day

    on a good day

    On a daily basis, I am actively involved in efforts to stay ahead of my Anxiety and predisposition to depressive thoughts. It’s a lot of work, but work well worth it. On a good morning I remember to take some […]

     
  • A string on 17 good days, and the return of snazzy.

    A string on 17 good days, and the return of snazzy.

    Yesterday, someone passively asked me, “Michael, how you doing?” “Snazzy, how about you?” was my reply. That was momentous. I’ve only started attaching the word “snazzy” to myself for the past few days. (I, of course, have wished snazzy upon […]

     
  • clawing my way back out of deep Depression and severe Anxiety

    clawing my way back out of deep Depression and severe Anxiety

    I’m going to start with the moral of this story: If you think you are Depressed or experiencing Anxiety, if you find your emotions are out of whack with what normal circumstances would warrant, seek help. I am a fan […]

     
  • capitalizing “A” and “D” for Anxiety and Depression

    capitalizing “A” and “D” for Anxiety and Depression

    Side note:  I will be writing soon about my recent successes in minimizing the Anxiety I feel daily. But I felt it “proper” (pun intended) to again describe why I capitalize the first letters “A” and “D” for Anxiety and […]

     
  • five days into much better mental health (part 2)

    five days into much better mental health (part 2)

    With a little over five days since my mental health med doctor tweaked my meds, I can report that my mental health has improved a lot. In part 1, I shared that I still experience full on Anxiety for about […]