What not to say to someone with anxiety or depression

We know you all mean well. We know you want to help your loved one, co-worker, or friend who is has a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression, but these words above...they are not only hurtful, they are detrimental to the wellness of the person suffering from these illnesses.

What it’s like to live with an anxiety monster

Like most moms, my day usually start chaotic, but it's how it always is.  Wake up, get dressed, wake the kids, make lunches while stepping over the dog (14 times) who is laying on the kitchen floor, drink coffee while making sure kids are dressed, try to get them to eat breakfast with no luck,... Continue Reading →

Gratitude on bad days

Yesterday was a very long hard day. Actually the last 3 weeks have been pretty hard. But yesterday? It was a crazy shit-show. That's a little term we say in the printing world when things go very wrong, and you may or may not be the cause of it. There are three things I hate: Letting people... Continue Reading →

Wednesday’s Word: Stop Fretting

In the world of printing nothing is ever perfect, no matter how many times we proofread the brochure. No matter how many people "look it over". No matter how many hours we fret or lose sleep before the job goes to press, there will always be something we could have done different or better. Amazingly,... Continue Reading →

Encouraging Words for Anxiety and Worry

I am in a funk. Ugh. Anxiety and worry about little stuff has got me feeling down. It's nothing that won't work out on its own. But, still. I can't shake this funk. Anyone out there feeling the same? [27] And who of you by worrying and being anxious can add one unit of measure... Continue Reading →

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