Discussion of news topics with a point of view, including narratives by individuals regarding their own experiences

Whenever I am faced with a choice to make, I start to immediately experience anxiety around making the decision. I agonize forever over what the right choice will be for me and what will have the best outcome for everyone involved.

I weigh pros and cons endlessly and play out possible outcomes to obsession. This can paralyze me into not wanting to making a choice at all and I know that I am not alone in this feeling.

Our choices carry a lot of pressure because they can shape or change our lives and show who we are as people. So, while we should carefully consider especially important choices, we should not keep from making them at all.

Our lives are made up of a series of choices.

What’s it like to start on psychiatric medication? For me, it was akin to playing this board game.

It’s a game of trial and error

How a children’s song helped me during my eating disorder recovery

‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ is a perfect metaphor for facing every obstacle head on

I’m fat. When thin people say they ‘need’ to lose weight, imagine how that makes me feel.

I know others don’t mean to offend me. But they do.