“In the event of a significant life event, things will feel overwhelming. Always take care of yourself first so that you may safely take care of others.”Read More
The more I study mental illness and the structure of the brain, the more I am enticed about how the mind thinks. I know from experience that I can train my mind to recognize distorted thoughts, and take action to think differently, but I have been unable to discern a guiding framework. I have many tools, but where is my toolbox?Read More
In my free time, I will be exploring more about Stoic philosophy, and how it can be applied to modern living and my permanent recovery from mental illness.
For my blog, each Wednesday I will share some of my whiteboard, and we’ll see if we make any discoveries, together.Read More