I'm someone who thinks too much about things - exploring System Change, mental health and what it means to be alive in the 21st century.
…d doing. I can’t tell you how many races I haven’t run. Like a self-sabotage, anti-self-care thing. Set a goal so that you can hate yourself for not doing it. I’ve been a self-hating failed runner for a long time now.
I’m the one in the hot tub.
…tial help is available for free. Call 1–800–273–8255” sounded very much aloof and merely political. It’s as if someone was crying out for help, and you’re just flicking a name card of a therapist without even looking in their eyes.
Mental health is in the spaces that we are forgetting to explore.
Here’s the thing: making a commitment means changing your life. If I tell you a fact — say, that the capital of Bolivia, La Paz, has the highest airport in the wo…
“Mild” doesn’t describe the depression, “mild” describes regularity. And if we look at where I used to be, mild is pretty damn great.
Struggle is beautiful. We need it more than anything. Our lives can’t be free of struggle or challenge otherwise we would never learn about ourselves. And that is what I found in the darkest of times.
…ke up for lost time in depression and focus on bettering myself and others lives. I do give a s**t. I give a s**t more now than ever and it’s because I know what it was like to not give anything at all.