I have talked about how I have PTSD, depression and anxiety. It's the main reason why I started to blog, so I had somewhere to talk about what I am going through and what I have been through. Since my diagnoses and my decision to finally seek help, I have met others who suffer from … Continue reading The Runner
PTSD, depression, anxiety, they are all different disorders, but they all have something in common. A feeling of isolation that you are alone in your fight. If you have never personally experienced this feeling, then you can not truly understand it. This is the closest I can get to describing that loneliness. It is a … Continue reading A Handful of Strings
What's wrong with me? I think everyone has asked themselves that at one point or another. I certainly asked it of my self often enough, especially during those awkward teenage years. Fortunately, or unfortunately, what is wrong with me can actually be diagnosed. I have PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, moderate reoccurring depression, and … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Me?
I am not a person who asks for help. Even when I am drowning and someone is holding a lifeline, it is incredibly difficult for me to reach out and take what they are offering. After I finally got in to see a counselor at my university, they evaluated me and came to the conclusion … Continue reading Help
There are a lot of people who have depression, anxiety and/or PTSD like I do and are able to attend classes. They are able to function like a normal human being. Unfortunately in the Spring of 2015, I was not one of them. As I stated in my earlier post Dark Days, I was suffering … Continue reading The Depressed College Students Guide to Navigating Classes….Do the Opposite of What I Did