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11193293_10154114008787316_1282116321433147294_nI realize I haven’t been talking about my mental health too much lately. I’m extremely fortunate in that I’ve managed, with a lot of help from some truly amazing people, to reach a place where my mental health isn’t sitting squarely at the top of my list of waking thoughts. Odd as this is going to sound I have just recently had to set an alarm for myself so that I remember to take my bedtime meds because I had actually forgotten a few times. (not entirely, but didn’t remember until about an hour late) I’m kind of sort of maybe finally normal-ish, sometimes. It’s a little freaky to be honest.

But I want to make sure that I don’t lose sight of how I got here and I damn sure don’t want to ever forget how important it is to take care of myself. So this month in particular I’m going to be talking about mental health, my mental health, more regularly. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, so let’s talk.