Hey everybody! How’s everybody been? It’s been a while, so I thought I would post something on the old internet. Last year, I was so burnt out after finishing my two novels, I took a long break. A really long break. I have just started, in the last few weeks or so, to get back […]
Here’s another short story. It’s called Another Day At School. This one is not quite so nice as the previous one I posted. In fact, if you are not a fan of violence, skip this one. Again, feel free to let me know what you think. Have a nice day!
Let me just say I’m a big fan of David Lynch. His unique creativity is a standout in pop culture, and I loved Twin Peaks, at least the first two seasons. Lynch wrote a book called Catching the Big Fish, which I reach recently, about transcendental meditation. It’s a good read, and, indeed, the therapy […]
What I wanted to write about today is writing and depression. Specifically, writing for depression and writing with depression. There is no question that, in the treatment of depression, that writing is an invaluable tool. I myself have used it countless times, and in fact, my therapist has me keep a depression journal. It is […]
One of the things my therapist and I have been working on through recovery is seeing the world through a healthy lens. I’ve learned to apply this to my writing as well. The mind is constantly receiving information, and our consciousness routinely files it under ‘good’ or bad.’ One of the tricks of retraining an […]
Let’s talk about mental illness and writing. For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety for my entire life. It can be a long, hard struggle. Recently, my anxiety flared up so much that I had to take some time off from work. Living with mental illness is still […]