An important disclaimer

An important disclaimer

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE understand that none of the content on this blog is meant to be conyed as any sort of professional advice. I do hope I can help people to reach realizations through self searching and researching. The content of this blog is the by-definition subjective accounting of my pursuits.

It is worth noting that when I was at my lowest point, I was trying to pull myself up and back to ‘normal’ to little avail. If I was unable to continue fighting my problems solo, I prepared references to professional help if I needed it. I checked my health care provider for mental health coverage, got the numbers for mental health professionals, and kept those resources on hand.

The advice currently on my blog, and any advice I may post, is simply advice that worked for me. Things I felt out amd found to work. For me. This blog will not necessarily contain good, or even okay, advice for everyone, so take it with a grain of salt and fact check.

I hope you all find my posts to be interesting, but I am not a professional in anything so do not take this as my calling the advice valid for all. As far as I’m concerned, this is stuff that worked for me and if other people draw something safe from my blog then that’s fine too.

I was lucky to have the capacity to deal with my problems alone, and I didn’t really deal with them alone at that. I’m lucky to have supportive friends and family to guide and encourage me.

There is no shame in asking for help. There is no shame in seeking professional help. If you break your leg, would you just try to set the bones yourself with no experience or equipment? Of course not! You’d bring your leg to a physician to do it properly. You don’t just want your leg attached, but usuable in the long run.

If you find yourself unable to deal with what life’s giving you, get things professionally set and healing. You don’t have to do it alone, and you are not alone.

If you need someone to talk to, please visit

“We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.”

National Suicide Hotline:

1 800-273-8255

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