I had my two week follow-up with my doctor. We talked about how I was doing, and I tried to be very detailed in answering her. I have still been having trouble sleeping. Not as bad as I was, but still not getting enough sleep each night. I’ve also been noticing a drop in . . . → Read More: Change In Medicine For Depression
Touchstone by Andrea K. Host reading this today, for the 5th time. I love this series.
It was a great weekend! I spent it doing things with the family, and getting more cleaning done around the house. My husband had to work Saturday, and my son had time with his community worker. This . . . → Read More: Weekend With Family and More Cleaning
I was able to get a lot of cleaning done yesterday. I also got creative with dinner, and put together a new meal. I used to love trying out new ideas in the kitchen. It felt really good to be doing that last night. It turned out pretty good. I washed dishes . . . → Read More: Cleaning And Checking On Storm Damage
I was able to get an appointment with my doctor yesterday. The first sentence out of my mouth was difficult. I told her that my parents and husband were concerned about depression. She stopped what she was doing, and sat back in her chair. She asked about family history, my history of . . . → Read More: Started Taking Meds For My Depression
This is extremely difficult to talk about. I’ve mentioned it in other posts, but always felt that I had it under control. I’ve been suffering from depression for years. I have always felt that I had it under control. As my mother pointed out, I used to have the “coping mechanisms” to . . . → Read More: Seeking Treatment For Depression
I discovered a new author on Kindle. Her name is Andrea K Host, and she writes fantasy books. I stumbled upon her “Touchstone” Trilogy by accident, and fell in love with the characters in the series. The books are written like a diary, and really make you feel connected to the main character.
The . . . → Read More: Touchstone Trilogy By Andrea K Host
This has been so hard. I’m really proud of myself for going 11 days without a cigarette. The first couple of days were tough, but the 4th day was the worse. It seemed like every single thing became a trigger for me to want a cigarette. Just getting up from the couch . . . → Read More: 11 Days Without A Cigarette