There will be days when you are on fire. When you are motivated, when the stars seem to align for you, and working becomes a easy but passionate pursuit. I will not be talking about those days. Today, I will be talking about the days when you are not on fire. When you are not… Continue reading When you do not want to keep going
I recently heard an anthropologist speak about one of the biggest problems that 1st world countries face today-lack of purposeful adversity. The modern era houses the biggest pandemic of suicide and depression in the human species since the beginning of time. Although we have all this technology and modern medicine, we are unable to treat… Continue reading Reconnecting to the World
Today’s post will be a lot different than my other posts. This post will not be written by me. Instead, I have invited a close friend of mine to write a post on a subject that we have talked numerous amount of times. It is difficult but necessary conversation, and I realized that he would be… Continue reading A Case Study on Suicide: A friendly Contribution
Due to the fact that a friend of mine nearly attempted suicide, I decided that this was something that I needed to write. Depression is a false perception. It is also a comforting one. It is comforting in the way that it derides its users from having to do anything, because depression will tell… Continue reading A case on suicide, and some ways to help.
There is a lot of evil in this world. Rape, death, disease, you name it, it exists. And we will all at least get a taste of the darkness. We will all experience it some way, some more than others, but we will all know that the darkness is there. Some of us will experience… Continue reading Looking into the Darkness
This blog post was not planned, I already wrote a blog post today, but I realized I had some time, and this just got me thinking about my past. I was routinely kicked out of my house, and so I was routinely homeless. The first time I got kicked out what when I was around… Continue reading Depression: The Feeling of True Hopelessness, and how I got over it
when people are depressed, lonely, homesick, etc. . ., the most common advice is to run away. Of course the people who are trying to help do not say this directly, instead they tell you to “get your mind off” of whatever is depressing you, or try to distract yourself by going out, working out,… Continue reading How to get over depression and loneliness.