What I Learned Standing on a Street Corner Attempting to Talk to People about Mental Health

If you follow me on Twitter, which, let’s be honest, you probably don’t, you know I had what I’m lovingly/pathetically calling a “solo rally” last Saturday to raise awareness about mental health and illness. This was inspired by an incident where my little brother was essentially told he should go to Europe to seek the … More What I Learned Standing on a Street Corner Attempting to Talk to People about Mental Health

The Mad People

I’d been depressed for weeks, slumping in and out of a reality that was forced upon me, that I didn’t want to face. So when I woke up one morning and decided I was going to take a trip to Mexico City, I thought maybe the depression was coming to an end. I had enough … More The Mad People

The Twitching Hour

When you’re single, there is a time of day I refer to as the Twitching Hour. It’s different for everyone, but I imagine, unless you are a spectacularly well adjusted person who is perfectly content being alone (not lonely but alone), you may know what time of day I’m referring to. Work is done. Chores … More The Twitching Hour