Define Me.

June 17, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are living in a society of extremist definitions and polarities. Whether the conversations are about politics, diets, religion, or anything in between, there seems to be a growing mentality that “we” are against “them”. This is blatantly obvious on social media. Our feeds are filled with blind regurgitation of unresearched factoids which are often […]

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An abstract painting of an contemplative woman's face.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Nine years ago I was committed to a psychiatric hospital for the first time and diagnosed: Bipolar Type I. I was 29 years old, had led a highly successful life regardless of my impulses and lack of self-care. I had a large community of friends, in various groups of co-workers, social clubs and barflies. Until the […]

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A dark ocean painting of a giant wave.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Walking along the shores of my life I realized that I missed the warning signs of the coming tsunami. There was foreshadowing—the news flashes, the sirens went off and pressure sensors showed an increase in pressure—but I chose to ignore it. My life was always mostly smooth, living the dream and making the most of […]

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A painting of a woman's face, here eye's looking off into the distance.

Reading Time: 3 minutes A while ago I saw 2 movies that touched me deeply, I decided that I needed to write about them. The first one was Sully, which is about the pilot that landed on Hudson river back in 2009 and saved 155 passengers, and the second one was The Good Lie, which talks about The Lost Boys […]

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Failure is an unpleasant yet normal experience in life. For some it can feel as if it is the end of the world. The reason for such despair usually stems from perfectionist tendencies: seeing things in black or white; things are either perfect or terrible. These individuals may not try “risky” new things, making themselves […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes I have a statement that often confuses my clients: “Forgiveness is one of the most selfish things you can do.” What? Because we have the connotation that selfish is bad and forgiveness is good, there’s usually a disconnect as to how these two go together. Let me explain. I say that forgiveness is selfish because […]

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