Today wasn’t a great mental health day for me. I felt pretty blah and ended up spending most of the day watching Netflix. It passes the time but it doesn’t really help the mood. I ended up not having any social interaction. Now I have about an hour left to write a post. I’m not really feeling ...
Sorry to hear this gRegor. I know exactly how you feel as I have more days like this than I’d like to admit. I’m around if you need help out of the funk.
Researchers need funds to investigate why autistic women take their own lives — and how to stop them.
Alas, I’m reading this article a few weeks too late to have been aware to do so much more for a friend who in retrospect needed far more than I knew to give. I’m both gobsmacked and depressed about these numbers.
I will miss Kim Hansen’s kindness and brilliance.
Dan Mallory, who writes under the name A. J. Finn, went to No. 1 with his début thriller, “The Woman in the Window.” His life contains even stranger twists.
I can certainly identify with a lot of this type of behavior. I suspect there are many in the entertainment sector who do this, or something very close to this.
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I once heard someone say “Live an Instagrammable life” by which I think they meant live an impossibly beautiful professionally shot magazine-syled life that will make all your friends jealous.
As a result, I’m thinking about buying the “I Can Be Arty And Deep” package or the “I Own All The Things” package. Maybe both at the same time? They’re so cheap and simple… Surely this will make my life better and happier!