Category Archives: Mindfulness

There is always hope

I am definitely struggling.  I can feel the seductive pull of depression, waiting for me, just around the corner. It has been almost 2 years, to the day, that I was hospitalized for Major Depression with psychotic episodes.  Two years, … Continue reading

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The World Has Gone Mad

I’m definitely superstitious.  When I was a child (and even into adulthood) I was, without a doubt, convinced that if I did not say my prayers, and include virtually all of my loved ones AND “all the people in the … Continue reading

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Could I be Manic

What is wrong with me?  Honestly, sometimes I feel as though I’m incapable of not spending money.  I think I may have a serious problem with “impulse control” when it comes to purchasing.  Do you think I could I be … Continue reading

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Risk

March 7, 2012 Awake at 5:00 a.m., the “witching” hour, when I am most consumed with ruminating thoughts about my daughter, SA.  I do everything in my power to stay in the present moment, but I am unable to find … Continue reading

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The Present

Twelve weeks of Day Treatment and 8 weeks of Anxiety Clinic all come down to being mindful; actively participating and staying in the present.  Sounds easy right?  Not so much.  Just ask anyone who lives with chronic anxiety, (anxious predictions … Continue reading

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