It’s high time I write a bedtime story about depression. When I use that phrase, “bedtime story,” it’s a trick. A story about bedtime technically qualifies as a bedtime story, but that’s a slippery way of looking at it. Slippery is how stories about depression have to come out, though, because everything about depression isContinue reading “Eternal bedtime”
Tag Archives: depression
Living with a person in depression
Depression is difficult companion, whether it’s in you or a friend.
Ritual, routine, and depression
Regular ritual can be a vital lifeline through an experience of depression.
Tracking moods is a helpful technique for those in depression. Here’s a took that might help.
“What made me this way?” This is a question that I have asked myself more than once, and I am not alone. It’s an expression of curiosity, which may be universal in the human species. It can take on a more painful mien when it is lifted up during a period of depression, when itContinue reading “depression quest”