Soul Food: Easy Recipes for Bad Days, Part One

One of the most important aspects of self-care is something I (and probably many others) often struggle with: eating. Whenever I'm experiencing a depressive episode or having a particularly anxious day, my appetite completely disappears, and I find myself not eating until late in the evening, and that's usually only because I feel like I … Continue reading Soul Food: Easy Recipes for Bad Days, Part One

Writing Prompt: Children’s Books and Adulthood

Earlier this week, a friend asked me for a children's book recommendation because he thought that having a simple, easy-to-read book would be beneficial to his friend during depressive or anxious episodes. This made me think about something pretty interesting: Are there messages in children's books that we as adults have forgotten? This week, I'd … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Children’s Books and Adulthood