It’s no surprise to people who know me well that I have an incredibly hard time letting a thought go. I overanalyze everything ⏤ even things that will never probably have any real significance to my life. And don’t even get me started on the pains of moral choices in video games. Overanalysis will kill … Continue reading Mental Health Moment: You CAN let it go, don’t overanalyze
I won’t lie to you. I have to just tell myself that I’m okay at least a few times a week. If I don’t, I’ll struggle to continue to build toward better. 'Okay' is okay I’m not sure if it’s the decade in journalism or my anxiety disorder, but I always feel like there’s something … Continue reading Mental Health Moment: You ARE okay
Lately, I’ve found myself remembering and analyzing an old quote that has rattled around in the back of my mind since childhood: You can please some of the people all of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time, but you can’t please all of the people all of the … Continue reading MHM: You WILL change people’s minds (just not everyone’s mind)
KENOSHA – For the third time this year, Kenosha County Medical Examiner Patrice Hall is alerting residents to an increase in overdose deaths. According to a release from Hall received Thursday, the local medical examiner’s office has responded to four overdose deaths since last week. Hall called the recent overdoses “a sad reminder of the … Continue reading Medical examiner cites increased overdose deaths for third time in 2022
Depression and addiction have served as my longest companions in life. Beyond any friends, beyond any family, they were nearly always by my side.
In our society currently, it can feel like one is simply screaming out into the abyss with most things they try ⏤ without seemingly any difference or meaningful response. However, I want to tell you that you can and do make a real difference each day. Simple things make a difference There have been two … Continue reading Mental Health Moment: You CAN make a difference