I kept thinking about this topic especially after I realized I was thinking of some examples but they also aren't the ones that come up very often when you google this topic (I checked). I realized that NCIS has a few examples of therapy. Agent Gibbs and Dr. Confalone I have watched NCIS since the … Continue reading My Third Installment of Therapy in TV: NCIS
I lie a lot. I never mean to and I don’t like to. I never lie about the important things—in fact there I’m a terrible liar but little social lies? Yeah, those I do all the time. I fear judgement so I say what I think people want to hear. I fear other people feeling … Continue reading For me, anxiety means that I lie. A lot.
It’s been a long time since I’ve written. I’ve been going through a stressful time health wise (what else is new?), and I haven’t been able to focus. I’ve had fun new symptoms like horrible night sweats almost every night. It's not glamorous or fun. In fact, I've been feeling a bit ashamed by these … Continue reading Healthy Anxiety
There’s so much advice online about talking to oneself as a friend. You’re supposed to stop the negative self-talk that’s just making you more anxious and depressed. One of the number one pieces of advice on the internet is to treat yourself with kindness. You write out positive affirmations and say them into the mirror. … Continue reading How Do I Talk to Myself?
People use the phrase “life changing” all the time to describe products or practices, but the only thing that I’ve experienced that was truly life changing was going from taking birth control pills—placebo pills and all—to skipping the iron pills and using the hormone pills continuously. Doing so cuts out the faux periods I got … Continue reading How I Gave Up My Periods and As A Result Took Back Several Days Of My Life Each Month