It’s Not Always You - The World Can Make You Feel Unwell Too

There’s those of us on the introverted side, who tend to be more sensitive and agreeable, and who have a tough time adapting to the aggressive entrepreneurial commandments of our age.

January 20, 2021
On Meaningless Feelings of Guilt

The curse of poisoning oneself with endless amounts of self-produced venom is something that seems overwhelmingly common, and yet we hardly ever allow ourselves to draw it into the spotlight. Instead, we turn on the autopilot and continue to let torment run rampant…

December 27, 2020
Achieving your goals is important. But so is living your life.

All these commandments aren’t abstract ideals, they’re brute, clear-cut instructions. Success is defined in simple metrics - you’ve got to do better today than you did yesterday, and everything you do should be carefully measured.

October 13, 2020
Dietary supplements are a hypochondriac’s best friend

The gravitational pull between supplements and hypochondriacs gives other cosmic powers a serious run for their money...

October 4, 2020
Guest Post: My Life with Body Dysmorphic Disorder

I hate the person BDD has made me. I hate all the ways it has held me back in life. I hate the way I’ve changed who I am in order to try and please others.

September 13, 2020
The Fact that You Feel Down Sometimes is Normal...

… The Fact that the World Insists You Shouldn't, Isn't.

August 20, 2020

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Feel shitty? Go for a walk

Yes, I know what you’re thinking, you’re not 80 years old, so you’re most definitely not going to go for a fucking walk, besides, you’ve got things to do, people to see, shows to watch, kids to raise, partners to satisfy and litter boxes to clean.

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Anxiety and the Fear of Death

It looks exactly how you’d think it would look; a decrepit little shack sitting in the middle of an abandoned theme park, with nothing but eerie silence...

July 20, 2020
On the Healing Power of Writing

I usually find humor in things other people consider awkward, dark or straight up taboo....

June 26, 2020
Coming to Terms with being a Sensitive Dude

My mind is a battlefield. It’s a battlefield between calm and fury, tension and relaxation, self-love and vicious criticism...

May 25, 2020
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This quick self-sabotaging operation afforded me a handy excuse to stay passive.

May 19, 2020
My Journey of the End of the Night

The summer of 2015 was one of the happiest periods of my life. After a decade of fruitless daydreaming, I managed to muster all of my strength, and finally move to Germany.

May 14, 2020
Anxiety and the Curse of a Toxic Friendship

We’re sitting behind a small wooden table, drinking cheap wine. Summer has just begun and the red in the sky is giving way to a pleasant shade of purple.

May 14, 2020
My Phone is Frying my Brain and I’ve had Enough

I understand the benefits of having a phone, now more than ever. In the past couple of months my phone allowed me to stay in touch with family and friends all around the world, it allowed me to continue....

May 9, 2020
6 Groovy Things you can do While in Lockdown

The big ol’ matrix urging us to constantly be active has suddenly shapeshifted into mandatory lockdowns, quarantines and curfews.

April 28, 2020
Living Through the Pandemic as a Hypochondriac

Given the fact that we are in the midst of a once-in-a-hundred-years apocalyptic plague, I should be stumbling from one debilitating panic attack to the next. But oddly enough, I’m not.

April 22, 2020
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