Category Archives: marriage and children

A Mental Illness Sandwich

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Borderline – Walking a Tightrope

I constantly feel like I am walking a tightrope and that just one slip of my foot will send me crashing to the ground. Or in my case, send me to the dark side and into a deep spiral of … Continue reading

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My Son

I’m feeling all sorts of feelings right now and it’s definitely throwing me for a loop this afternoon! Let me begin by giving you a quick synopsis of my complicated life: 1. I just was discharged on the 18th of … Continue reading

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All Out Of Sorts

I have that old Air Supply song “All Out of Love” playing in my mind, except it’s saying “I’m all out of sorts!” Imagine this saying going on a continuous loop in your brain and you’ll begin to understand why … Continue reading

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Karma

I’m feeling sad right now. Just talking with a friend about how life has been in crisis mode around here since February and how we need to have a change. My husband and I are awesome people – loving, kind … Continue reading

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4 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

These are the four things I want to say to my daughter, who is experiencing a mental health crisis right now. 1. YOU ARE NOT ALONE When you go through a mental health crisis, it’s difficult to believe that you … Continue reading

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Being Strong

I have no choice right now but to be strong. My mini me is in a struggle right now that will likely be a defining moment in her life and change is painful. She’s learning some hard life lessons and … Continue reading

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