priv·i·lege ˈpriv(ə)lij/ noun 1. a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people. I, like anyone, can only know what is normal for me. I have not lived in anyone else’s shoes, and can, at best, glean bits and pieces of their experience of the world … Continue reading Privileged
I was extremely sad to hear of Robin Williams’ suicide. This is a topic that I, unfortunately, understand intimately. I’ve seen a lot of comments in various Facebook threads about Depression. Things like: check in, give hugs, ask if they’re okay. And all that is fine, in general. But when you’re talking about potential suicide, … Continue reading How Do We Help Those Suffering With Depression?