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Tales From The SoL Episode 2: The Crows’ Nest

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is a Peabody Award-winning cult classic sci-fi comedy TV series from Minnesota that ran on and was canceled from four-ish different networks between 1988-1999, and has been producing new episodes on Netflix since 2017. Featuring laughably low budget mad scientists, robot puppets, styrofoam spaceships, and terrible movies, it contains all the… Continue reading Tales From The SoL Episode 2: The Crows’ Nest

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Tales From The SoL Episode 1: The Garden of Eden

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is a Peabody Award-winning cult classic sci-fi comedy TV series from Minnesota that ran on and was canceled from four-ish different networks between 1988-1999, and has been producing new episodes on Netflix since 2017. Featuring laughably low budget mad scientists, robot puppets, styrofoam spaceships, and terrible movies, it contains all the… Continue reading Tales From The SoL Episode 1: The Garden of Eden

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How To Comfort Someone With Depression (By Someone With Depression)

Depression can be a powerful force in a person’s life. It brings very unique and diverse forms of pain, it makes people feel and do things they wouldn’t normally, and it also causes very counterintuitive and confusing symptoms, making it notoriously difficult to soothe. Compiled here is a list of tips for comforting a depressed… Continue reading How To Comfort Someone With Depression (By Someone With Depression)

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Notice Your Self-Judgements

My therapist is a godsend. Specifically: I have been admitted to the psychiatric hospital so many times I can’t even remember all of them anymore (I have borderline personality disorder, which accounts for something like a quarter of psych hospitalizations, according to this study). There’s a strict procedure for discharging patients, which in my experience… Continue reading Notice Your Self-Judgements

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You’re Not Your Disease, Probably

I frequently wrestle with identity ambiguity. Daily, I find myself obsessing over that haunting question, “Who am I?” It’s already a hard enough dilemma as it is, without my mental illness complicating everything.  Ever since I found out I have pathological disturbances of mood, I frequently catch myself oscillating between two opposite modes of thought:… Continue reading You’re Not Your Disease, Probably