Browsing All posts tagged under »Depression«

Free T-Shirts for Loud Mouths

February 16, 2014

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First of all, I’m going to write a blog post about other parents who are coupon-crazy and always looking for the cheapest deal. Does this describe your parents? Tell me about it in the comments. Also – the top three people who help share this episode the most will get a free MY PARENTS ARE […]

Episode 2 is Live!!!!!

February 10, 2014

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Do you remember that time I wrote about an embarrassing incident at a restaurant?? Yeah. Now it’s in 3D. Please comment on YouTube and help me spread the word!!!!! I hope it makes you laugh. M

POST HOLIDAY BLUES

January 7, 2014

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Who am I kidding? It’s the pre-holiday blues. It’s during-holiday blues. It’s post-post holiday blues. It’s summer, it’s winter, it’s fall blues. It pops up so much, that when I’m actually happy, I either take a selfie or record it in my journal, or buy a coffee to exacerbate the feeling so that I can […]

GUESS WHAT’S COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY?

March 14, 2013

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The ability to write about what you experience in life is gift. Living in a dysfunctional family definitely had its down sides.  You know, the feeling of being trapped in craziness, no one knows what you’re going through, how can they get away with this, what if I wind up being taken to a mental […]

“THE THERAPIST” – #79

May 5, 2012

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It was with true resistance that I stepped through the doors of the medical annex.  And it was with mild delight that the man seating there when I walked in made me feel at home instantly.  All this for $29, I thought.  I should try Groupon more often.  “What’s your name?” “Myra.  And you’re…” “James.” […]

“Shoplifting at Dunkin Donuts” #64

September 21, 2011

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“The world runs on Dunkin” is what I’m staring at while my father is arguing with the Indian minimum wage worker behind the counter over the price of munchkins. “That’s ridiculous,” my father exclaims. “That’s the price, sir,” says the young Indian who wishes right now that he came from an upper caste and didn’t […]

“I’m Too Sexy” #27

March 1, 2011

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You wouldn’t think that being 40, unemployed, and forced to live with your nut-job parents would provide any opportunity to feel your innate sexiness… But let me tell you, I am learning a thing or two about how life works and the miraculous surprises around every corner if you are just willing to put down […]