• A few days of terror.

    A few days of terror.

    Several days ago I wrote rambling, grammatically-challenged, mishmash blog post. It was incomprehensible to even me. I leapt from negative self-talk, to worries about a backslide on my mental health, to sharing some feelings about the destructive politics of the […]

     
  • the buoys of Friday

    the buoys of Friday

    Thanks to writing, even though my first, second, third (and sometimes more) drafts suck, I let each slight improvement stay on my blog until I reach the next closest thing to what I wanted to convey. Writing helps me process […]

     
  • A long string of sadness.

    A long string of sadness.

    I’ve experienced considerable sadness on likely more than half of the days since Franco died. Of course a good deal of sadness comes with the territory of loosing a cherished pet. More sadness comes attached to that when loosing him […]

     
  • Tiredness versus intense pain. I’ll take the tiredness any day.

    Tiredness versus intense pain. I’ll take the tiredness any day.

    Readers of this blog know that I often get annoyed with the tiredness — sometimes fatigue or lethargy — I feel because of the medications I take to tame my demons. The demons’ names are Anxiety and Depression. The other […]

     
  • Prone to hope turns 100.

    Prone to hope turns 100.

    Just the other day I realized that Prone to Hope hit a milestone. I have posted 100 entries regarding Depression and Anxiety since the blog began with the post “Through the panic” on March 28, 2015 (written three days after […]