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Vicarious Racism

When I was in high school I got into a debate with another student about the effects of racism. She had pointed out that, because of racism, property values decreased when a black person moved into a neighborhood. I argued …

Hiding

To be honest, I have been hiding out from the world at large; not the small everyday world around me, but the big overwhelming, sky-is-falling world. I have pulled in and shielded myself and it has made a big difference.
I …

The Happiness Trap

Have you ever met someone who was going through a terrible challenge and yet they always seemed to be positive and upbeat? Did you ever wish you could be like them…that you could find the secret to happiness in the …

A Good Excuse

It’s sad, but true…we are winging past the time of good intentions and New Year’s resolutions to the time of excuses.
Those of us working through the challenges of mental illness are very familiar with excuses. We use them often; sometimes …

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While the articles are written to inform, entertain and support those who visit the site, the Anxious Artist is not a licensed medical professional and the information on these pages is not intended to replace regular medical care. Research and testimonials may show promising results with alternative treatments for mental illness, but these should always be discussed with a qualified medical practitioner before being implemented.

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