Many people try to comfort someone with Major Depressive Disorder. Sadly, they hurt more than they help. We all have witnessed someone who tried to help us but actually made us feel more miserable than before. Here are the sentences which truly comfort someone in an episode of MDD. Continue reading
I currently live in a happy relationship with a young soon-to-be scientist. Since we are both aware of my mental state, we know there are a lot of challenges we have to face. It is not always easy, but in the end, it is all worth it. Continue reading
ADHD is one of the disorders, which accompanies me everywhere I go. Yet, I am lucky enough to control it so far, that I don’t need any medication for it. However, I do have struggles with my short-term memory and my ability to focus on a rather mundane task. If I’m put under stress, everything takes a turn for the worse. I often tend to space out, forget words, hyper focus, or way too many thoughts to fight with. Continue reading
Now, this is a sentence I’ve heard a lot as I was a kid. I was one who got bullied at a fairly young age. Often I went home crying, not wanting to go back to school the very next day. My mother used to always wrap her arms around me and say this.
A lot of people have been asking me in the past on how to properly explain depression to their relatives, co-workers, or children. Over the years I struggled to explain this mental health issue to some people.
Dating a scientist? Did you ever wonder what it would be like to be in a loving relationship with a young – soon to be – scientist? Then this article might just be for you.