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Tag: mental health
Mental health is an umbrella tag for all the posts regarding my mental health.
- In 2012, I was diagnosed with depression and PTSD.
- In 2013, I was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder, PTSD, and Dissociative Identity Disorder.
- Late 2018, I began treatment for atypical anorexia.
I had an epiphany while lying on my not-so-deathbed.
Filters are everywhere—Instagram, Facebook, Google Photos. I can’t remove those, but it’s OK because they’re quite fun. Real-life filters, though? Bye, bye, Birdie.
It’s 2019, and I say this every year, but: things are really going to be different this year. I’m already moving in a different direction in the various areas of my life; this is mostly just the official PSA.
Farewell, 2018. Don’t let the door hit you on your way out.
It’s late, but is it ever too late to reflect?
The support for WordPress’s Gutenberg editor meets the definition of ableism in the grossest way possible, and I’ve argued with non-autistics about autism representation before.
Boredom isn’t a bad thing, it’s actually healthy. It’s just…annoying when it leads to certain epiphanies.