I only know Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia from the film Star Wars and on Amazon’s dark comedy, Catastrophe. I’m not a huge Star Wars fan, but I do appreciate the role her character played. On the other hand, the role she played on Catastrophe, as the mother of one of the two protagonists, was… Read More R.I.P. Carrie Fisher
Right now, I’m obsessed with the ice-skating anime Yuri on Ice! I love many aspects of it, from the realistic ice-skating routines, the beautiful animation, the music, and the burgeoning love between the two male leads. The greatest part I enjoy is the exploration of the mental health and psyche into the main protagonist, Yuuri Katsuki.… Read More Yuri On Ice!
Dear Readers, I apologize for not posting today, it’s been super busy since I now have a full time job, but there will be a new post tomorrow!
I am notorious for not getting enough sleep. In high school, I’d sleep at two in the morning finishing a term paper I procrastinated on and in college I’d pull all-nighters. I lacked rest because I delayed on academics and I’d be off hanging out with friends. Sleep to me was something that was unneeded, and… Read More Sleep and Mental Health
I’m prone to ruminating on thoughts that can make me and my loved ones feel like shit for weeks on end. It’s a habit that has decreased since I started therapy at the age of fifteen. In my earlier years, much of my negative thoughts focused on romantic relationships that ran its course. Now much… Read More Cognitive Reframing is Important!
I’ve been distraught by the results of the election. I’ve been so distraught that I took a day off work to allow the reality to sink. I said a few things that angered people on Facebook, and then I apologized because I knew if the candidate I voted for won, others would be complaining as… Read More After the Election