Health & Wellness
“It ain’t no use putting up your umbrella till it rains!” —Alice Caldwell Rice
You think you heard wrong. You think that it’s all some sort of mistake.
We are the wrecking balls of our own lives.
Cancer was too hard for me to think about – yet – the irony is that right now, at this current moment in my life, four months after burying my mom, cancer….it’s all I can focus on.
After all, it takes two to tango. If you don’t play along, then there is no game.
Stay single until you don’t need him to come around to “save” you, or entertain you, or change you.
I can’t help this chemical imbalance. I can’t make it go away. So it’s true, I’d be a completely different person without my anxiety. I’d be brighter and shinier, like brand new shoes from DSW. I’d be so vibrant.
It’s easy to claim that we are depressed; in fact, many people still mistake their sadness for depression. However, nobody wants to broadcast that he or she is mentally ill, to put the word out there for the world to hear. It’s not so hard to see why.
You’re the kind of girl men fall deeply in love with.
“Why the hell does all of this matter anyways? We all die.”