Category: mental health

I’m going to make this quick as I’m at the library and left my phone in my car. Normally, it wouldn’t be a big deal, but the kids are in my custody these few weeks as their dad is going through some medical treatments. So I need to be available even though they are teens. […]

I’ve stopped dating. I talked to my therapist about this and she agrees this is a mindful decision rather than when I wanted to give up a while back when frustrated. I discovered what I really wanted out of dating was to not feel lonely. I felt lonely in my marriage; I’ve felt lonely in […]

I recently joined a Singles over 40s group on Facebook. Not so much to find a romantic partner as much as having something to do on the nights I get lonely (when my kids aren’t with me). The group has a lot of different events throughout the week. One of the women posted a message […]

There could, perhaps, even be a 3rd one, who knows. I’ve stopped (paused?) reading Nietzsche, as I’m struggling to get through the misogynistic bits. I’m sure there are additional bits of wisdom in there, however I tend to think those who think less of women as idiots, however perhaps he only has the limited view […]

Yesterday during work I had determined that I would take a walk after work, but when I got outside it was chilly and the clouds were full of rain. I could feel tiny rain drops sporadically fall onto my skin. My plan to lift my spirits was foiled. When I got home, though, I realized […]