Written on 10/29/19, published on 10/30/19 at 6pm.
I've asked myself this question so many times. I bet some of you have too. It's a question that often arises in times of agony and despair. For those with anxiety and depression, since we're always on edge, it comes randomly... which is even more frightening. If you follow me on social media, you know [...]
It's been a LONG summer. From landing an internship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine studying cancer and HIV to losing my grandmother (whom I was EXTREMELY close to) to cancer in the middle of the summer, to moving to Atlanta and starting grad school at Mercer University, I've been going nonstop. [...]
Since my diagnosis, I've learned a lot. It's been 7 years since I first stepped foot into a psychiatrist's office. And to think I should've gained a firmer grip on my depression and anxiety by now is foolish. Of course, there are things that I recognize right now that make dealing with each depressive episode [...]