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I’m Running Low on Serotonin

I’m Running Low on Serotonin

The last week and a half of 2021 I felt as if I were a tethered wrecking ball.  Another year of being smothered with the loss COVID has slayed upon the world seemed to be the other foot we were hoping wouldn’t drop as we sat on our couches New Year’s Eve...
Ongoing Loneliness

Ongoing Loneliness

Loneliness and the other mental health issues that partner with it, have been the lead conversation with my grandmother recently.  The first time we got to see each other, was probably about six months ago. This was after a long year of conversations through her...
The Everyday Mask

The Everyday Mask

At this point, we all have a mask for every occasion.  There is the mask for work, the one that stays in your purse or in your car, the one you wear after exercising and the one that always seems to be lost.  I feel like I should probably frame my Artifact mask. I...
Stigma of Therapy

Stigma of Therapy

We all know that connecting with a therapist from time to time can be useful.  While 2020 brought to light new and interesting conversations around mental health, I don’t know that it really helped diminish our stigma surrounding counseling.  The worst part...
Running with Kevin Hart

Running with Kevin Hart

As previously noted, I am not a natural born runner.  I am slow at best, clumsy at worst…the bruising on my left knee can speak to it, trust me.  I have run the same way for about 20 years now.  I find the most colorful shoe a person can buy, cheap running clothes and...