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I Don’t De-Tag Myself From “Bad” Photos: Here’s Why

You know how it goes: you are logged onto Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or some other social media site and then all of a sudden, “ding!” you get a notification that you have been tagged in a photo. You brace yourself. And then, a (what you consider bad) photo of yourself pops up…Read More

Will it Ever Get Better? Relapsing Again

Frantic and afraid, eating food out of a trash can, I promised myself, I will never do this again. I will stop bingeing.  And then, the next day, or maybe even later that same hour, I would get triggered, and guess what I would do next? Eat uncontrollably. To say that I…Read More

Dream Big: From Barely Living to Thriving

This summer has been such a blessing in so many ways! One big way is the work I have been able to do with my two incredible summer interns. Here, Hannah Durbin has offered to share some of her passion, enthusiasm, and inspiration with you. Thank you, Hannah, for all that…Read More

The Healing Power of Music

“I’m hopeless,” I sobbed to my therapist, “I’m never going to get better.” I had been crying in therapy for nearly an hour. My therapist was really experienced. But even with his knowledge and guidance, I was convinced that nothing was going to change. I’m never going to recover, I thought…Read More

A Lesson from the Psych Ward: Let’s Stop Missing PTSD

My marriage sent me to the psych ward. I guess I should rephrase that. It wasn’t actually my marriage that got me admitted. It was the letters PTSD, or rather the fact that that’s what happens when you tell enough people, in one day, that you want to die. I…Read More