People of the Steeple

“You are loved,” “you are loved,” “you are loved,” you recite it like it’s Scripture as you walk away to importance-filled dockets and pulpits and meetings to minister and leave your words and the guilt of not believing them because I don’t […]

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Anxiety Potatoes

  Definitely been struggling with the work/life balance thing. I’m tired, I don’t feel like I have anything new or special or insightful to say (so think about how much that must suck if you know that God has confirmed more times […]

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An Introduction

I started a new job yesterday so this is going to be a bit crisper than usual. Hopefully, I can figure out proper energy allocation soonly. It’s been acute for seven months and sustained for nearly three decades, but this flail’s now […]

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Movie Review: Silver Linings Playbook

I’ve been developing a list of movies that deal with mental health realities so you’re probably going to be seeing more of these little reviews. Released the same year as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Silver Linings Playbook was a bit more […]

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Movie Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

I’m inching closer to outwardly, rather than secretly, pursuing a long-held interest: the mental health field.  I cringe to use the phrase because I think we need a better linguistic system to discuss these lived realities but for now, I’ve got to […]

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