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Deep Musings

Hello, welcome to Deep Musings. It’s a bit more serious here, we will talk about topics like depression which is, unfortunately, a curse I suffer from and have done since my early teens. I mostly have it under control but it still rears its ugly head now and then.
We will also talk about other serious topics as they pop up such as my Puzzle Piece Series. This series looks at ourΒ social, emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well-being. How these all link together to make us who we are.
I am by no means an expert on any of these topics, I am simply an observer, a questioner, and a reflector.
This is a page to read with the comfort of chocolate. Because we all know that chocolate can make anything better, if only for a little while.
Please feel free to contact me about any of the topics covered, to ask any questions or simply to give feedback. I’d love to hear from you!


I have come to loath this curse, this black cloud that infects my mind, my body and my being. Because that's what it is. A black cloud. Depression is a curse.

The Curse That Plagues Me

My goal for this blog was to be open and honest. Life is not always about the highs, everyone has ebbs and flows throughout their daily lives and it is unrealistic to expect otherwise. This blog will also have the ups and downs of this roller coaster we call life, it will reflect the realities […]

To My 16 Year Old Self

To My 16 Year Old Self

An open letter/list to my 16 year old self: List 10 things you would tell your 16 year old self if you could is something that I see on a lot of blog challenges. I have tried (and failed miserably) a few times to complete a blog challenge. The reason why I don’t stick with […]

Every phase in our lives we can learn from and grow as a human, no matter how hard that phase may be.

Weathering the Storm

Weathering the Storms I’ve got a few friends and myself who are going through different things right now, I guess that is part of life. We weather the storms, the ups and downs. It is how we get through them that is the most important part. I’m a believer in lessons learned, not regrets made. […]