Wellness Wordworks Founder Corinna West Maintains for Mental and Physical Wellness
In many ways, I was responsible for my breakdown. I did not take good care of my mental and physical wellness. My life and work were out of balance. When I got tired and depressed, instead of rest and recreation, I trusted medical professionals to “find and fight the disease.”
I frequently worked long hours, not getting enough sleep, drinking too much coffee to stay awake. I neglected my family and personal life.
In my office. it was a badge of honor to work late at night and
Continue reading Anonymous – After Medical Treatment for My Breakdown, I Fear My Mental and Physical Wellness Might Not Come Back
What Got David Hilton in the End?
Refusing Medication, Substance Abuse, Previous Traumas, Defying Authority? Or All of The Above?
David Hilton lived his life in repeating, almost identical, two-year relapse cycles, each relapse longer, more dangerous, and damaging to him than the one before. I held David Hilton’s hand through his last three. Others, who knew him longer, say previous patterns were the same.
He’d get released from the state psychiatric hospital, stable on medication, with a court order to take his medication. He stopped his meds abruptly, as soon as he reached the hospital parking lot, went home,
Continue reading David Hilton, Part 3: The End of the Trail