Anxiety, Bulimia, Birds, A Crazy Cat, And Crystals

Life got hard, but it’s still pretty cool.

I haven’t posted in a while, I started several drafts, but I ended up going nowhere with them. I have been experiencing what has felt like a decrease in my mental stability. Everything seemed intensified, from the way my body reacts to the anxieties of my day to day life, to my emotional responses to everyday interactions. Racing thoughts, anxiety attacks, exhausted, but with bouts of energy, trouble eating and sleeping, and this heavy feeling of confusion, hopelessness, and failure; I didn’t understand why I was feeling this way. I was supposed to be healthier. No longer seeking out bulimic behaviors and sustaining a steady diet, I should be feeling better, not worse. I am sure you have some familiarity with the abundance of medications that can accompany mental health. They don’t always react well with individuals. I started a new medication about a month and a half ago, and it’s one that takes a few weeks to kick in. I am no longer have that prescription after speaking to my doctor about what I was experiencing. Another new medication prescribed from this visit, and two days later, I am feeling somewhat normal again. But prescriptions can only do so much. They are only holding me stable until I find a work setting that does not induce such extreme anxious reactions.

This post turned much more in-depth than I was expecting. I intended on a light-hearted post of photos from the last month. Below you will find a lot of bird and cat photos. I find their personalities fascinating.

Garden Photos

In the Safety of the trees.
A little curiosity.
The social diners.
The Solo diners.

More Garden Adventures!

Bonus LP!

She knows she is cute.

BONUS Bonus LP!!

She has so much curiosity.

Current/Future Project! (Link to Etsy Store)

If you made it this far, thanks for reading! Have a beautiful day!

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1 thought on “Anxiety, Bulimia, Birds, A Crazy Cat, And Crystals

  1. Gordon Painter July 25, 2019 — 5:11 pm

    Thanks for sharing your struggles and accomplishments. The blog itself is great therapy. We always knew there were struggles you were dealing with (the hate of polka dots was one of them) and had a constant concern and hoped you could find the happy. We look forward to many fun memories and finding the happy together! I love you Kade, Dad. “alt 1” is just two keyboard strokes 😃

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