Tag Archives: Depression

The Neuropsychiatric Test, etc.

After waiting five months, I finally took my neuropsychiatric test also known as a neuropsychological test. For the last couple of years, I have been having difficulty with memory, including forgetting what simple things are called, forgetting conversations and losing … Continue reading

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When I Look in the Mirror…

This is my first time posting with Finish the Sentence Friday. If you would like to link up or check it out you can do so here. Today’s prompt is “When I Look in the Mirror…” My first thought is … Continue reading

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Having My Head Examined

I have been concerned for awhile about my memory. I don’t remember conversations that I had and if there is a pause in conversation for more that a few seconds I have completely lost the subject of the conversation. I … Continue reading

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Disability Update Report

The thing that has been causing me a lot of anxiety has come, my SSDI Update Report. It’s been three years since I won my disability case although I did not receive my benefits until March of the next year. … Continue reading

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30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know

Welcome to all who are seeing this blog for the first time coming over from the Invisible Illness Awareness Week website! My blog seeks to let sick moms know that they are not alone, as well as educate healthy people … Continue reading

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What Am I Fighting For?

Welcome to all who are seeing this blog for the first time coming over from the Invisible Illness Awareness Week website! My blog seeks to let sick moms know that they are not alone, as well as educate healthy people … Continue reading

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Disinterest

My depression has been increasing of late, although not at all to the point of suicidal thoughts. Add to that anxiety with a little agoraphobia thrown in and it makes for one useless human being. I’m okay when Tyler is … Continue reading

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A Semicolon is a Pause, Not an Ending

When I first read about Project Semicolon I really liked it’s mission. President Amy Bleuel started Project Semicolon in 2013, ten years after her father committed suicide. “Project Semicolon means continuance”, Amy says. “In literature a author uses a semicolon … Continue reading

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Results of My Challenging Week

I first wrote about this here. Last week Tyler had full day summer camp and Grant and I decided he would spend the whole week with me since the camp’s location was closer. The week passed quickly, thankfully, and Tyler … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why This Will Be a Challenging Week For Me

There are six reasons why this coming week will be a challenging one for me and I am going to try not to let my depression get the best of me! 1) Tyler has camp all next week and Grant … Continue reading

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