Kat and Que here! Welcome to our new blog, “Out of Sight”. We had this idea because we thought maybe we could help people who were in a situation similar to us. If you aren’t in a similar situation that’s fine too. We’re hoping that you will find something to inspire you and to give … More Welcome!
In just about every religion or tradition, there is a story of someone retreating from the world to better prepare themselves for trials that lie ahead. There is no shame in that. Things have been getting progressively worse with her depression and anxiety. Every little sound makes her afraid. She is scared of just about … More Retreating from the world to better face the world
Hey, Sorry that we have been away! Things are not always as they seem here. We have had some good news and some bad news. Good newsish: It may not be bipolar. Bad News. Lots of Anxiety for her. So much so that after a triggering social event, she lost all control over her muscles … More Update: I am not dead.
I’m a piano teacher and right now I have an extremely talented student who is sort of giving up on everything that she likes in her life because it all feels so ‘blah’. I was talking to my husband who reminded me that I should just share with her what I do when I fight … More Blah Moments. Blah Life.
So you may think that’s pretty obvious. Bad things happen. Okay, so that’s true. So what? Well, as obvious as it may seem to you, sometimes I completely forget all about it. Maybe it’s the way I was raised or some faulty wiring in my brain due to my illness. I have no idea. But … More Bad Things Happen
Ever feel like you’re alone in the world when you go through week after week of no one calling you or wanting to spend time with you and you end up just binge watching Netflix by yourself day after day? Yeah, that’s me right now. My best friend in the entire world recently came back … More Friend(less)
I’ve moved! I’m now in my own apartment instead of living with my parents and, even though I haven’t been here a whole day yet, it feels fantastic to be out on my own with my hubby and pets again. Everyone is settling in nicely and we just have tons of boxes everywhere but I … More Moving Day(s)
Today hasn’t been the best day. It started out all right, got pretty good for a while, and then everything just got dashed against the rocks. My mother in law’s dog died today of heat exhaustion. And then she couldn’t handle taking care of Sarabi, the dog I rescued, and so another foster family came … More Saying Goodbye
(Maybe Part 1) First, let me apologize for not writing on here as often as I’d like. I have ideas but they just don’t seem to come to complete fruition without me putting in significant effort. Not that I don’t need to put in effort but lately I just haven’t had the energy to do … More Dog Rescuing Is Important
Honestly it is hard to talk about or get together the motivation to write an article. Not because I am depressed or anything but because it’s not in my nature. I wanted to take a few minutes to delve back into the past to when I first met Katie and our history from then. I met … More All things start small
So I’m in the “numb phase” of my latest depressive episode and it SUCKS. It’s so hard to explain to people too. How do you explain that you just don’t feel much of ANYTHING? It’s not that you don’t care. It’s not that there’s something wrong with them or how they’re presenting their ideas to … More Numbness