Tag Archives: Anxiety

No Greater Sorrow

Dante once wrote, “There is no greater sorrow than to recall happiness in times of misery.” Nailed that one right on the head! I can say from experience that recalling times of happiness will only make you more miserable if you can’t get back to those happy times. Your mind will take over and quickly […]

That’s So Taboo!

I’ve noticed that talking about stress and anxiety seems to be taboo for some reason. Instead of discussing what you might be experiencing, people are encouraged to pump their body full of chemicals until the feeling goes away. I’m not okay with this and I’ll tell you why. This way of thinking isn’t actually getting […]

The Introverted Extrovert

For someone who has spent so many years in the world of entertainment, which naturally comes with large crowds of overly animated people, it’s amazing how much I still clam up when I’m thrown into social gatherings. Over the years when I’ve been asked, I have had no qualms about stating the fact that I […]