“You Do Not Have to Be Perfect.”

As I was writing my post on how to journal, I kept thinking to myself: "Am I being clear?" For the most part I think I am. However, I realized that when I read posts like mine, I feel kinda stuck. Like, how on Earth do I use art to journal?? SOO.. what I have… Continue reading “You Do Not Have to Be Perfect.”

A Look at Depression from the Front Line

When I say 'front line,' I don't mean from the therapist perspective necessarily, but from the client perspective; the sufferer. When I was a graduate student, the best advice I received was to get a therapist of my own, for the basic purpose of knowing what it feels like in the 'client chair.' Now I… Continue reading A Look at Depression from the Front Line

How to Start a Journal When Everything Else Hasn’t Worked

Good Morning from sunny (and humid!) South Florida! So I was brainstorming ways to start out this new journey I have going, and I have decided to start by sharing my experience and struggle with journaling. As my About Me states, my lack of focus-power makes it rather difficult for me to put pen to… Continue reading How to Start a Journal When Everything Else Hasn’t Worked

What it’s Like

This is my first blog entry ever!! Well...maybe not ever. When I first moved to Florida, I had a blog through Tumblr that I promised my support from Colorado that I would update regularly. Little did I know how busy my graduate program would keep me. So technically, this is my third blog entry.. Ever!… Continue reading What it’s Like