Mental health in the United States is a prevalent issue. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, “approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year, approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S, experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes … Continue reading Let’s Talk About It
Do people every really mend, or are our wounds always just lingering there right under the surface waiting for someone to come along and, like the rest, rip us open? I thought I had healed, one year and many drunken mistakes later I thought I healed, but here I am. Six months into someone new … Continue reading Mending?
"Pay attention to the signs, it is what it looks like" is what I was told, but what about when what I'm seeing just doesn't seem to add up. How can love turn so sour so quickly? I'm still seeing us laughing at my utter clumsiness or silently, but blissfully doing absolutely nothing. I see … Continue reading The Signs
I have not posted anything here in a while mostly because I have not felt as if I've had anything to really share. I had a crazy finals week and now I'm spending my summer working. I did have two final papers that I scored high on so I've decided to share those. The first … Continue reading Been a While
In recent weeks I've been having a very hard time with my plans for my future. It's about that time that my college starts to hold advising appointments as students begin to plan their schedules for the next semester. For someone like me, who is so extremely passionate about my major this shouldn't be hard, … Continue reading Passions