Mental Health. Society has come to appreciate the importance of mental health just as much as physical health in recent decades, but somehow there still a negative shadow cast over those who open up about mental challenges they may be facing. If you break your leg people openly tend to express sympathy for the pain you must be feeling.
However, if you talk about bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, or whatever else ails you inside the complicated workings of your brain, oftentimes, people tend to form an opinion about the stability of you as a person. The leads to people forming quicker judgments about your ability to function in your job, your life, family or home. It’s unfortunate, but mental health, in my opinion, is still not a topic that gets the attention it deserves.
As many of you know I like to crack open uncomfortable topics and dive right into them. With that said, I’m going to open up about some of the serious inner demons that afflict me on a daily basis, how I deal with them, and, frankly, how I compartmentalize most of them just to get through my days.Continue reading