Image Courtesy of @delphinacarmona Hey, fellow anxious and depressive folks! Yeah, you. I’m talking to you. Don’t avoid me like you’re currently ignoring your friend’s email about Maureen’s surprise birthday dinner or that work project that makes your chest clench...
2020. This one’s going to go down as a real butt-kicker of a year. For me, personally, my family has been lucky enough to remain healthy, employed, and safe. All good things. I realize the privilege and fortune in...
Photo by Raquel Benedict for Wit & Delight As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: While browsing through previous posts to share on this Saturday morning, I came across this one, originally published by Kate in 2016. In it,...
Photo via @barbara_mary_powell Today on The Wit & Delight Podcast, I’m sitting down with Barbara Powell. Barbara is a professional certified health coach who is from the company Speakeasy, which presents a brand new way of looking at how we...
Breastfeeding my son was deeply empowering—even when I got mastitis Motherhood—and mothers’ voices—should be celebrated every day. But that also means having conversations about the complexities of parenting. In our weekly...
October is ADHD Awareness Month, and this week on the Wit & Delight Podcast Dr. Anna Roth and I are discussing our experiences with ADHD.Both Anna and I are diagnosed with ADHD. In today’s episode, we’re going to talk...
Photos by Colleen Eversman at 2ndtruth Photography My mornings used to look like this: wake up, put running shoes on, run six miles. It was so ritualistic, sometimes I felt like I would wake up around mile two. Even in the...
How running half marathons helped me overcome disordered eating and negative body image This essay discusses disordered eating behaviors. If this subject triggers you, please read with caution. For most of my...
Photo via A House in the Hills The years I spent in therapy showed me the willingness to believe you can change is the single most important factor in setting goals for self-improvement. While the will to bring change into...
It started as a whisper: a little voice in my head telling me to do the thing I already knew I needed to do. The whisper ebbed and flowed in its frequency—with each bout of heightened OCD, anxiety or...
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