Depression makes you feel like everything sucks even when it doesn’t and it makes “bright blue skies look like storm clouds,” but that doesn’t make someone a bad person for thinking that way. It’s not usually a choice.
A storm is bustling at 5AM, the first day you wake up unemployed. You make yourself some coffee, as always, You whip up some breakfast, as always, But that is it. You read a book, You drove your car, You […]
You think a mental breakdown won’t happen to you, even if it’s happened many times before. You look at others around you, think, “I’ve had my shit together for years,” and that maybe you’re better than them?
When you choose to let go, the world stops And you know that, So that’s why you jumped Because you needed us, But we didn’t understand. Now we know, but you’re gone And your pain has scattered. Your monster […]
How do our relationships with other people affect our moods? After a conversation with someone (positive or negative), sometimes it seems like my mood can shift entirely from being happy to being sad or vice versa. Maybe who we interact […]
Caleb and I have basically decided that Phenibut is our favorite nootropic. Its effects keep you in a great mood for three days, usually, and it makes you horny? I think?
Listen, I think we all feel pretty awful whenever celebrities kill themselves. We feel awful whenever anyone kills themselves, but as I’ve mentioned earlier, suicide is usually kept under wraps when it comes to normal, everyday people. Here are 7 […]
Correct me if I’m wrong, but bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) seems to have less societal acceptance than depression without mania (chronic, dysthymia, etc). Depression seems more common: Is it?
I’m on it right now. Have you ever heard of nootropics? They sound like some kind of weird fat-losing drug you see infomercials for when you wake up at 2am after accidentally falling asleep in front of the TV.