How to tackle the dishes when you’re overwhelmed and completely engulfed by depression

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  1. In the immortal words of Douglas Adams and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Don’t Panic (and always know where your towel is). Your mood and apathy have been getting the better of you and now, looking at the utter pigsty surrounding you is making you feel worse,... Continue Reading →



I draw nothing but beautiful faces and figures. My own is showing the signs of age. I was never beautiful, and I defy all those who would tell me otherwise. What I was was pretty. Pretty enough to get by, and certainly photogenic. I'm still photogenic. I can take a nice picture in a decent... Continue Reading →

Not Again

My mother is ill. The general consensus of the medical world is that it is highly likely to be cancer. I haven't even reached the second anniversary of the loss of my father yet. I am not ready to go through this.

Depression: the Game

I was talking with a friend earlier, and we believe depression and/or anxiety and other mental disorders should be made into a game. The basic premise is this: You begin with a certain amount of energy. It is finite; once gone, you have to go to bed and wait it out until the next day,... Continue Reading →

Depression Expression: Part II

It's been nearly a year since I first wrote about feeling depressed. I wish I could say things have improved, but they unfortunately haven't. I've just managed to get through Christmas and New Year, barely, and have been a hermit for the past few months. I wish I could see past these feelings and reach... Continue Reading →

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