Get insight into how you can make a schedule that you will actually stick to and stop feeling guilty about having not done enough work.Read More
Once upon a time, when I was a pudgy, cuddly little girl, my brother announced: "Kelly doesn't eat to live, she lives to eat." He was making fun of me but I agreed, and I still identify with that rule, but here's the problem—I don't know if I want to be someone who lives to eat anymore.Read More
In this post, I'll tell you about my history with anti-depressants and whether I think it's helped or hindered my progress.Read More
To continue with my post series on Facing the Fear—of Panic Attacks, I delve into my experience with graduation ceremonies. This has been a rollercoaster experience for me and I hope it inspires you to take action against your own fears.Read More
Before I started seeing a CBT therapist, I had a tendency to have really bad days and really good days.
On really bad days, I'd feel entirely hopeless and shut myself off from the world. On really good days, I'd believe that I'd never have a bad day ever again. The problem was, I did have really bad days afterwards and they hit harder because I did nothing to prevent them. I'd have a good day and forget I was ever sad.
Just like fitness, you have to keep working at it.Read More