The Endless Depression: How to Break It

It's often ignored, normally by people without mental health, that depression is a cycle that seems to go on forever. And it's never the most consistent. One day, you might feel alright enough to go out with your friends, grabs some drinks, and enjoy yourself a little. The next, you're back in that empty headspace.... Continue Reading →


Breaking the Nothing

It was a Thursday afternoon during the great escape known as summer break. The sun was blazing so much heat, we were forced to melt next to a fan while attempting to watch television. But there was nothing on. I turned to the three sitting next to me and said something along the lines of,... Continue Reading →

How Anxiety Can Trigger Passion

More often than not, people with the mental disorder known as anxiety have the tendency to prevent themselves from acts of passion. This isn't to say anxious people aren't big dreamers. Quite the opposite, in fact. Many who struggle with anxiety happen to be those seeking out a passion most. The problem is there's too... Continue Reading →

The Millennial Obsession with Fame

The Superego and Social Media Recently, I wrote an article for an upcoming magazine which entails of how social media is affecting the modern generation's psychology. Within┬áthe piece, I referred heavily to Sigmund Freud's theory of the ego, superego, and ID. After some reflection on the research, I began to really see how this theory... Continue Reading →

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