The Hidden Impact of Mental Illness on One’s Family, Friends, and Co-Workers.

TLDR; Individuals with mental illness(es) frequently don’t seek treatment because they feel the cost of treatment (in time, money, side effects) is too great. Oftentimes the mentally ill fail to consider the true cost of avoiding treatment which must include the handicaps placed upon family, friends, and co-workers. The cost… Continue reading

Paralysis.

I spent several hours this morning cleaning the house. Upstairs and downstairs. I was pleased with my accomplishments. I performed my morning routine (shower, brush teeth, change of clothes, breakfast, medications and so on) without issues. (I know, this is simple stuff, but for some reason, doing my morning routine feels… Continue reading

Curse God and Die.

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Day 8 – Fluoxetine and Wellbutrin.

Thursday (9/5) I was feeling much better – though still not 100%. I cautiously reintroduced my prozac in the morning and then in the early afternoon the wellbutrin – but at 150 mg instead of 300 mg. I didn’t experience any noticeable side effects. While the negative side effects from… Continue reading

Psalm 13

For the Chief Musician. A Psalm by David. 1 How long, Yahweh?                 Will you forget me forever?                 How long will you hide your face from me? 2 How long shall I take counsel in my soul,                 having sorrow in my heart every day?                 How long shall… Continue reading