It was a misunderstanding. Let me explain. With pictures. Continue reading “So, I Called the Cops on my Grandma.”
I think I am pretty honest and open about the struggles that come with mental health disorders. Yeah, I often write about my accomplishments, but I’ve also tried hard to write about my failures and about the times when anxiety won. Today, I want to take an honest, in-depth look at how anxiety manifests itself. I want to show you how ugly it can be. Continue reading “An Honest Look at Anxiety”
I drew another comic today! On crappy Macrosoft Paint! (Hah…MACrosoft…get it! …Neither do I. There’s really not even a joke there. I just used my Mac again.)
You ever feel like some things in life are SO difficult for you, but easy for others? Little challenges that seem so easy to overcome, yet for some reason, they never are? Well…I feel that way all the time. And I drew it.
Yeah, this pretty much says it all. I drew you guys another lovely picture – this time not on Microsoft Paint but instead some strange paint program I downloaded from the App Store! (I’m using my Mac tonight, usually I draw using a tablet on my Windows computer). Anyway, I hope you enjoyed it. Maybe you can relate to it. My anxiety and fears and depression and worries are all catching up to me and I don’t feel like doing anything lately.
But I know this will pass. Eventually, this will pass.
Although I don’t have social anxiety, I feel like this sort of applies to anyone who deals with any anxiety. Just replace the social with whatever you struggled with – and there you go!
I wrote a post a while ago called “Just Get Over It” And this is pretty much saying the same thing.
I like having a little chuckle at my problems once in a while.
(And no, I did not make this)