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Month: January 2018

On Depression & Anxiety

A rumble tore through the airplane during my flight into Newark as it approached the airport on a crisp March evening. This didn’t feel like your typical turbulence and it continued for a few minutes. Husbands gripped their wives and vice versa. I should’ve been scared, but I wasn’t. Yet, the reasoning couldn’t have been worse. My vacation week was over and I wasn’t excited to get back to my┬átypical grind. I had never really decompressed and gotten my head out of the game to just enjoy my family and the warm weather the vacation provided. While self-confidence has never…

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