I’m Sick, Not Weak

SickNotWeak is Michael Landsberg’s Canadian virtual gathering spot for people who care about depression and especially those experiencing it. As you can imagine, the tone of this place can be bleak. I wanted to add some balance and offer people hope, so I wrote an article and it was published in mid-July. I wrote it several months ago, before I was hit with a fresh bout of depression.

It was good reading my own words with fresh eyes. It reminded me that I am only steps away from being that vibrant person again. That I need to persevere, and for gosh sake, remember to apply those critical tools that worked for me before. How easy it is to forget when the brain is at half capacity.

Love to you all,

Michele

 

One thought on “I’m Sick, Not Weak

  1. S Scott says:

    hey michele-in-the-woods 🙂

    i just read your blog ‘colouring’ your pages are so alive and full of energy.

    you must feel good just looking at them ~ they’re a lovely accomplishment

    and i smiled when i read another of your blogs and the last words were close to what my dad taught me:)

    “you alone can do it, but you can not do it alone” M.P. Hoover was a very wise man.

    love you and as you say… keep the sunny side up :):)

    ttfn xosue

    On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 10:17 AM, michele swiderski wrote:

    > Peterborough hand weavers & spinners guild posted: “SickNotWeak is Michael > Landsberg’s Canadian virtual gathering spot for people who care about > depression and especially those experiencing it. As you can imagine, the > tone of this place can be bleak. I wanted to add some balance and offer > people hope, so I” >

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