Di is a married Christian woman who resides in Texas with her wife and two cats. She writes about married life, living with mental illness, and rediscovering her faith in Jesus Christ.
I know that sometimes when you see a friend of yours having a hard time with something you don’t experience (an illness, a condition, maybe even the loss of an important relative or partner in death or divorce), you can be at a total loss for words. You want to support them but don’t know … Continue reading Kogaan dii Fahdon
This year in particular I have physically felt my sanity escape my brain. The clocks went back as the days are already getting shorter and shorter. I didn’t even gain an extra hour of sleep. I was more tired and completely exhausted than in recent weeks. I have been so irritable and all I want … Continue reading SAD!
There definitely is and always will be misconceptions about mental health based on how “functional” someone is, that is, high-functioning vs low-functioning. My wife is autistic, goes to school full time, has a job, lives with me but could easily manage on her own, and is largely more independent than many neurotypical people. People have … Continue reading The Highs and Lows
Let’s be real here. There is a lot “wrong” with me. I have anxiety, depression, IBS, and am obese. I get tired easily, often forget things, and suffer from brain fog. These symptoms can easily be from any of the ailments I endure. I find it difficult to eat properly, either from lack of energy … Continue reading Body vs Mind vs Mind vs Mind