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Winston Churchill once wrote, “The heights of great men reached and kept, Were not attained by sudden flight, But they, while their companions slept, Were toiling upwards in the night.”   I love that quote. And I remember it throughout […]

Yesterday a very talented woman paid  a visit to me. As regular Beyond Blue readers know, I’ve been in a big funk the last week/month/year/lifetime, so I didn’t really think much about her visit until she was here.   She […]

I just received this email from a Beyond Blue reader and I wanted to throw it out to you for feedback, since I really don’t know the answer: I am and have always been severely depressed. However, I have never […]

I’ve been meaning to cover the DSM-V, you know, the revised Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. But, as I said earlier, I’ve been too busy ruminating. Alas, here comes John McManamy with his own version. And I like this one a […]

I used to think only depressed people had a little man living inside of them yelling insults into their ears several times a day. But the more I describe my inner short dude to trusted friends and family members, the […]

Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Douglas Eby, M.A./Psychology, who is a writer and researcher on the psychology of creative expression, high ability and personal growth. He is creator of the Talent Development Resources series of sites (including HighlySensitive.org) […]

Because I’m needing some extra encouragement and inspiration these days, I thought I’d publish this lovely parable that my guardian angel Ann sent me awhile back. One day I decided to quit…I quit my job, my relationship, my spirituality…. I […]

I’ve often talked about my self-esteem file and how important it is when you have low seasons like I am in now. Sometimes I’ve had to solicit the warm fuzzies (I know, I know, kind of awkward, yes). But at […]

With Spring days away, I thought it appropriate to publish this lovely poem by Theron Messer, a graduate student at Oxford University. From shortest to the longest day Each season slowly drifts away With gracious time for life’s adjustment. As […]

Since today is not only St. Patrick’s Day, the biggest drinking day of the year, but also my 21st anniversary of sobriety, I wanted to talk to Patrick about dual diagnosis, since he is also a recovering alcoholic. I asked […]

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