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Today I Love This Moody Day

Today I Love This Moody Day

Today I love this moody day with its slightly threatening sky that is asking me if I’m certain I want to do laundry. I love that I’m doing that ol’...
Zoom and Gloom

Zoom and Gloom

During our stay-at-home mandates, virtual meetings have become the go-to for continuing necessary and meaningful relationships, and perhaps even to get a little self-care. In fact, some of us may...
How to Sell a Script in a Pandemic

How to Sell a Script in a Pandemic

Career Hack #32.  Producers and people who work at production companies have a little more free time than they did when movies were in production.  No production during the pandemic means more free time for key people to read your script....

Walking Out On Your Disorder

Mental illness is more prevalent than people may know. One in four people live with a mental illness. 2.8% of the United States population lives with bipolar disorder. 83% are classified as severe....
Are You Being Constrained by an Unrecognized Emotion?

Are You Being Constrained by an Unrecognized Emotion?

We know it’s important to be connected to our feelings. When feelings go underground, they don’t disappear. They operate unconsciously, perhaps contributing to our anxiety or depression — or just...
Can I Have ADHD If…

Can I Have ADHD If…

An ADHD diagnosis can bring a flood of different feelings, from relief at finally having an explanation for your symptoms (“now things are starting to make sense”) to a sadness over lost time (“what if I’d been diagnosed earlier?”)....
Ideas for Reducing Racism

Ideas for Reducing Racism

With the unconscionable death of George Floyd by four Minneapolis police officers, Americans are rightfully upset. They have taken to the streets to protest the ongoing problem of police brutality...
Surviving Healthcare During a Pandemic

Surviving Healthcare During a Pandemic

Read this story of a man who attempts to find adequate medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic as the clock ticks and he struggles to breathe. In December 2019,...
Waiting In Line

Waiting In Line

People with ADHD are renowned for not appreciating waiting in line. In fact, in some cases that’s an understatement. It’s like saying Kilimanjaro is a big hill. Some of us will actually turn the other way and walk away rather than wait in a line up,...