Fun Fact: I Can’t Swim

My dad threw me in a swimming pool when I was 7. He thought that I would immediately learn to swim in order to save myself. Well, I didn't. I sank slowly to the bottom. My dad pulled me out of the pool. I never was angry with him for doing this, probably because I... Continue Reading →


I don't make New Year's resolutions because when I have in the past, I always ended up failing. I think part of the reason for this is because I didn't make SMART goals. I don't know who invented the SMART goal; I learned about it in the partial hospitalization program (PHP) I was in last year.... Continue Reading →

3 Things to Do More Often

I have a lot of bad habits, but I'm trying to establish good ones. Here are some things that I can do more often: EXERCISE: Well, I exercise nearly every single day by walking on the treadmill and doing one exercise, like jumping jacks, push-ups, crunches, lunges, or squats. The former, I do for 10... Continue Reading →


So as I mentioned yesterday, my lifestyle change includes exercise, which I absolutely cannot stand. I know from experience that this helps lift depression, but it's so hard for me to do; I have no incentive. At least not immediate, rewarding incentive (a slice of pie, anyone?). Over 10 years ago, I played hockey and... Continue Reading →

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