High Functioning Anxiety 3

It’s Wednesday. Blargh. Really don’t feel like blogging today. I don’t feel like doing much of anything. I’m overwhelmed. Taking three classes Teaching one (TA) Supervising masters level therapists Running a personal growth group Have a graduate assistantship Should be trying to make plans for my dissertation Should be turning my master’s thesis into an […]

High Functioning Anxiety 2

Honestly, I almost forgot that I committed myself to posting every Wednesday (at least). I didn’t really have a set topic in mind for today. My semester technically starts tomorrow and I am already overwhelmed. I have found myself waking up at night with my chest hurting, and I need to get my sleeping schedule […]

Choosing not to have children

It’s a choice. A free choice. I’ve seen so much garbage floating around the internet lately about women’s choices, particularly regarding children. This here is one such article that spews garbage, focusing on how people who love their pets are showing their “indifference” to man. On the contrary, I think if you show indifference to […]

Untethered: Growing Up and Small Towns

I’ve lived in the city… I’ve lived in the country. I’m pretty adaptable… I’m not quite sure how I would like this entry to go. I have had some thoughts bouncing around in my head regarding this topic and what it means to me. I have lived in busy cities and rural towns… I find […]

The Shack – William P. Young

5/5 Stars. Though I found the book to be a bit cliche and corny at certain points, I will say that a book hasn’t moved me like this one has in a long time. It actually made me feel something aside from just interest in seeing what happens next. The work tackles some very deep […]