lost and found – recorded on 9/15/2019 a pastoral message about depression. depression is a mental illness. depression is not a sin. how might church communities contribute positively and support those who are already suffering?
it’s so uncool to cry in public places, especially a public place like starbucks where everyone is running from one place to another, sitting and chatting with friends or studying something because their entire life depends on that paper or exam or whatever. i can’t help it though. tears find their way out the corners […]
two days ago, as i was driving home with a friend, i told her that i felt like i could cry. she said, go ahead, cry. but i couldn’t. i felt sad. i felt like i could cry. but i really couldn’t. i came home and changed into what i called “moping clothes.” i crawled […]
last night i basically fired my therapist. she was cutting down her hours anyway and wanted me to find a new therapist. i didn’t take the news very well and felt my world come tumbling down. i reacted badly and ended up in the hospital, the worst hospital ever where my psychiatrist wanted me to […]
since i got out of the hospital (basically since the last post), i have been traveling a lot. it’s good that i was traveling since i am not sure i would have done any better at home. i saw family and friends and was kept busy, meaning not contemplating or deliberating on how to gracefully […]