Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Pain Steals My Words. Sometimes Better Ones Take Their Place.

I call them “bread crumbs”

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Memories and meanings

The frequent feeling when I’m depressed or anxious is the sense that I am completely and totally lost.

Because I rush to the worst possible outcomes, I know that I will never find my way home. I have lost my way.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Dr. Martha Manning is a writer and clinical psychologist, author of Undercurrents and Chasing Grace. Depression sufferer. Mother. Growing older under protest.

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