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Modern Day Millennial Hang

Coming of age in these times is the best. 10/10. Highly recommend. When a group of millennials gets together (what is this called, anyway? A Struggle Bus of millennials? An Overwhelm of millennials? A Depression of millennials?), it always seems to follow the same basic framework. While some of these topics may not be exclusively millennial, there are some fun existential twists that millennials seem … Continue reading Modern Day Millennial Hang

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Undeniable Proof that Night in the Woods is the Best Video Game Ever

I’ve played video games casually for a long time. When I was little, I had a GameBoy Color where I played those impossible Nickelodeon games where I would die essentially every time I took a step. My parents bought me a PlayStation 2 one year for Christmas, but even then, I mostly played Disney games and party games (I plan on writing about all of … Continue reading Undeniable Proof that Night in the Woods is the Best Video Game Ever

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Me and Milo down by the Schoolyard

TW Depression The following is the beginning of Norton Juster’s infamous book The Phantom Tollbooth. While I don’t have it memorized per se, I do remember how much it resonated with me when I first heard it, and I think about it often, especially when I’m sinking into a depressive episode, like I have been recently… Chapter 1. Milo There was once a boy named … Continue reading Me and Milo down by the Schoolyard

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Thinking Short-term vs. Thinking Long-term

TW Eating Disorder, Anxiety, Depression “All good things to those who wait.” – Mother Gothel in Tangled…and someone real, probably. My entire young life, I was the type to put off my happiness in favor of hard work. Get good grades in order to get into a good school. Get a good degree to get a good job. Eventually, you’ll have the time to be … Continue reading Thinking Short-term vs. Thinking Long-term