You rock, Therese! Only technical suggestion: stand in front of a darker background–it looked a little like one of those confessions where someone is admitting (anonymously) to being addicted to Kellog’s sugar frosted flakes. If the goal is not to be recognized in the mall, I think it worked. But using my imagination you looked great!
Actually, Robert, I dressed up for that reasonâ€”to disguise myself so that no one in Annapolis would recognize me. But my dark shadow was plain inexperience at this.Which brings me to a second piece of advice I received from friends: “You were too serious â€¦ lighten up and be yourself!”Iâ€™m getting there. Remember, I am a vlog (video blog) virgin. Even though Iâ€™m mentally ill, talking to my computer as if itâ€™s my best friend does not come naturally.So thanks for hanging in there with me! I promise to get better at this.Oh, and by the way, this video is rated PG-13 for partial (doll) nudity.
Seven Ways to Get Over an Infatuation “Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered am I” wrote US songwriter Lorenz Hart about the feeling of infatuation. It’s blissful and euphoric, as we all know. But it’s also addicting, messy and blinding. Without careful monitoring, its wild wind can rage through your life leaving you much like the
When Faith Turns Neurotic When does reciting scripture become a symptom of neurosis? Or praying the rosary an unhealthy compulsion? Not until I had the Book of Psalms practically memorized as a young girl did I learn that words and acts of faith can morph into desperate measures to control a mood disorder, that faithfulness
How to Handle Negative People One of my mom’s best pieces of advice: “Hang with the winners.” This holds true in support groups (stick with the people who have the most sobriety), in college (find the peeps with good study habits), and in your workplace (stay away from the drama queen at the water cooler). Why? Because we
8 Coping Strategies for the Holidays For people prone to depression and anxiety – i.e. human beings – the holidays invite countless possibility to get sucked into negative and catastrophic thinking. You take the basic stressed-out individual and you increase her to-do list by a third, stuff her full of refined sugar and processed f
Can I Say I’m a Son or Daughter of Christ and Suffer From Depression? In 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, we read: “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” What if we aren’t glad, we aren’t capable of rejoicing, and even prayer is difficult? What if, instead, everything looks dark,