According to Merriam-Webster, happy is defined as notably fitting, effective, or well adapted In the beginning, it's hard to tell the difference between genuine happiness and hypomania. I have issues deciphering between the two. So many times I've felt that I was happy but it turned out to be a hypomanic episode. So these past… Continue reading Happiness or Hypomania?
I’ve been battling my brain and my body is sore. But I’m officially back for the daily grind. My job was stressing me out. There gets to a point when you realize no matter how many extra hours you put in, how much work you do, and how hard you work, it doesn’t always matter.… Continue reading Never Surrender
A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness It’s been in the news as of recent that Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness sold for $1.5 million at auction. That’s some major cash for a theory that was scribbled on a sheet of paper as a tip… Continue reading Theory of Happiness
I’m afraid to fly. I’m not afraid to fall. I’ve fallen so many times before. I perfect failure. It’s my specialty. Getting back up takes the strongest motivation combined with energy and a strong mental capacity. Do I have any of this stamina left in my heart? Crawling myself up out of that well; the… Continue reading Afraid to Fly