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For the longest time, I thought I was a depressive. Never mind that, actually, I was probably having more fun – and was less frightened of the world – than almost anyone else I knew. But because I felt intense sadness at times, and thought a lot about deep things, and wrote and talked about those things, including about the dark stuff as well as the light, I never felt like I was "happy" enough. People told me I was depressed. I even pigeonholed myself, to an extent, becoming someone who writes about depression. And yes, I have been depressed, even been on antidepressants twice. But does that define me solely as a person with depression? Or does that make me someone who is sensitive, thinks deeply, seeks help when things get bad, and isn't afraid of talking about the darkness?




Jun
22

You can look at a job and think it’s great, but how do you choose the right job for you?




Jun
15

The University of Memphis’s Society chapter hasn’t been around long—it was founded in Fall 2014—but the group is already getting involved on campus and in the surrounding community.




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute

Contact: Edward Terry, Public Information Officer; 828-726-2202

Date: May 5, 2015

CCC&TI Club Inducts New Members

Hudson, N.C. - Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) recently had an induction ceremony for new members.




A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life, and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it, and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed as one problem was solved a new one arose.