Oh the rabbit hole I fall into when I overthink, especially when I rationalize things to fit my current state of reality. I've learned how to step back and try to process situations rationally. This can be tough when you have impulsive/obsessive thought patterns, history of psychosis, or other factors that can cause rumination or … Continue reading Stepping back
"That I am responsible for treatment even if that treatment is simply working on self awareness and discipline. Mental illness has taught me that it is not an excuse; it is something to work on." Nettie was diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder. After 7 years of therapy, those diagnoses stemmed directly … Continue reading No excuses
This mostly goes for myself, especially with self-talk and rumination associated with anxiety. When I learned how to set boundaries for myself and not overthink, I'm more productive with myself and also being there for others. For me to constantly go over this in my head, at times, leaves me "stuck" causing more issues. I've … Continue reading Without explanation
One of the most frustrating things, when I started therapy, was trying to find a cause/trigger/etc. I was in my early teens, so I can understand the reason for this. This continued to frustrate me over the years especially trying to explain to people my mental illnesses or how certain episodes can just happen...no rhyme … Continue reading Without a cause
New year, new me? Probably not, but that's me being realistic. I'm in a comfortable place right now. Physically, mentally, and emotionally. The only things I really want to achieve are to write and experience more. If you are making resolutions feel free to share!