In Comparison



I know I’m not the only one who feels like I do. I know there are people out there that are worse off than I am. Nonetheless, I have opened up FB page, for several days now, and find myself staring at my “status blank’, with a blank. I’m wanting to say something because, my friends on there are a significant part of my community. It’s how I can have a social life despite being a studio artist, introverted and shy. But I keep having nothing to say nor do I have any motivation to even look for something cool to share. I’ve mentioned I had a TBI and that I have a depression/anxiety disorder. Even without extra efforts I need to make to compensate for the traumatic brain injury I sustained, Depression/Anxiety Disorder can be overwhelming, especially when it hits-hard; I’m doing all the “right” things I’m supposed to be doing, yet it’s not working. Usually the conclusive, 20/20 hindsight, that eventually dawns on me is, “hey, what I was able to do last week with ease is now daunting,” and at times impossible.

There’s something more to the conundrum though that I feel compelled to write about. When my brain is… continue reading by clicking here

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