Depression

Nov 14 2016

Tracey Jackson

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Behavior, Depression, Disappointment, Friendship, Frustration

DEALING WITH PTSD – PRESIDENT TRUMP STRESS DISORDER

DEALING WITH PTSD – PRESIDENT TRUMP STRESS DISORDER

  I sometimes cross blog. This is a blog I wrote for my site traceyjacksononline.com There are two kinds of people walking around America these days, those who are happy and feel like they have won some big prize and then there are the ones suffering from anxiety, fear, anger and stress. You can tell the later really easily, there is a look in the eye, a slump in the shoulder, a blank stare that translates into WTF happened and… Read More

Mar 16 2016

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Ella Steinbeck,

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Acceptance, Depression, Family, Loss

HE LOVES ME HE LOVES ME NOT

HE LOVES ME HE LOVES ME NOT

My Dad wasn’t great at paying child support (he resented the $280 a month). I wound up spending most of my life trying to prove to my Dad that I was worth the money. My father had a MSW and made a very comfortable living. He drove new cars and built two brand new houses. My mother and I drove used cars, wore clothes from the thrift store and counted our pennies. In some ways I am still trying to… Read More

Aug 25 2014

Tracey Jackson

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Addictions, Depression, Emotions, Hanging In There, Health

WORKING OUT – DEPRESSION

WORKING OUT – DEPRESSION

  Since Robin Williams’ death depression has been on all of our minds. And my guess is many of us, from time to time, have suffered from it in various forms. While I can get depressed, and have, it’s almost always related to an event. A big fight with my oldest child can send me reeling back in time to fights with my parents that were left unresolved and I become depressed. I have some depression triggers. We all do.… Read More

Aug 18 2014

Paul Williams

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Addictions, Death, Depression, Loss

THE LAST LAUGH

THE LAST LAUGH

  When I heard that Robin Williams had died by his own hand I thought of a favorite song.  Don McLean’s beautiful Vincent has a line that has haunted me for years.   “And on that starry, starry night, when no hope was left in sight, you took your life as lovers often do I could have told you Vincent,  this world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.”   It makes me want to cry.  It always… Read More