Search

When Mental and Chronic Illness Collide

A Spoonie's Journey

The Spoon Theory

You may see a lot of references to "Spoonies" on my page.  A spoonie is someone who an illness, which is a term from a post by Christine Miserandino. You can find out all about the Spoon Theory here.

Advertisements
Featured post

All The Pieces of Me

I'm doing this thing.  This thing called lifeing.  I'm adulting all over the place. I have interviews lined up to go back to work. I have a boy. I have a house. I have friends. I have happiness. I have... Continue Reading →

A Million Little Pieces

It's Friday night.  I'm at home, listening to music with the dogs. Everything seems the same, but it's not.  None of it is the same. Everything that my life was has been shattered into a million pieces.  I remember when... Continue Reading →

New Beginnings

MakeItUltra™

Photo Credit: MakeItUltra™

“Every moment is a fresh beginning.” ~T.S. Eliot

View original post

God is good He always blesses my path I’m really lucky I have good opportunities I have safety nets I have people who love me I’m blessed. I’m grateful. I’m loved. I am enough? What is that? How do you... Continue Reading →

Their’s is the Kingdom of God

There is a time when you admit defeat.  You don't always do it, and you don't do it if it can be avoided.  If you do have to admit defeat, do it gracefully, humbly and quietly. We all get in... Continue Reading →

Her Name was Barbara

She came in quietly, with barely a peep.  Her family was quiet, the nurses gentle. I sat quietly behind my curtain, respecting their privacy. In the beginning it seemed simple--she had a UTI.  But the thing is, when you are... Continue Reading →

Follow up

I realize I can write my previous blog post because I have white privilege, and I realize I will never understand it. I've been thinking of ways to tweak the article but there is no tweaking. Anyone who is white... Continue Reading →

I have white privilege.  I have it in every way shape and form. I am a white woman, living in the nicest part of town, in an overwhelmingly rich and white city in Southern California consistently ranked on the safest... Continue Reading →

What is success?

I have the habit of comparing myself to other people.  All. The. Time. Five years ago, I set out on getting my Master's in Psychology.  I finished my program, got my license to be an intern therapist.  I was working... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

Orderly Chaos

Containing the Crazy that is Life.

Chronically Siobhan

Where disability politics, feminism and craft collide.

Being Lydia!

A Life Rich in Faith, Bipolar, Chronic Pain, Creativity & Purple!

%d bloggers like this: