Spoiler alert: you're not. You just feel that way. But you're wrong, and I'm here to tell you why (and how to handle it).
I'm starting a new thing: discussing feelings on Fridays, hence the title. And today, I want to talk about strength versus the illusion of strength.
90 days is all it takes to prove that you can do anything you put your mind to. It's not easy, but it's worth it.
The following is from my newsletter about surviving difficult times and managing depression. I had an experience today that I catalogued as it was happening, and shared with the subscribers of the newsletter. I'm sharing it here as well, in case you need it.
That's precisely what Facebook has become: a machine that creates, runs on and produces 100% Pure Grade A Misery.
I'm done with social media bullshit. But when it comes to doing the work I need to do, I'm just getting started.
Sooooooo, how are you? Anything new? I mean, of course, besides the screeching ball of white hot fury this nation has become since last Tuesday, of course.
It’s common sense - avoid fighting if at all possible. But you are - at some point in your life - going to be called upon to defend yourself. Here's how you do it.
The last few months, I’ve felt sick. Physically ill. Something was genuinely wrong within me. I felt angry all the time. Genuinely, purely angry. But it's not Social Media's fault, it's mine.