Love and Lust – Megan Whitsett

The feeling of falling in love.  It's having a special someone on your mind 24/7. It's craving their attention, their voice, their touch. It's wishing they were there with you every day, holding you, whispering sweet things in your ear, and telling you how much they love you.  Is this love? Or is this simply … Continue reading Love and Lust – Megan Whitsett

How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Societal norms and cultural expectations can often be too much too process, and they can slowly erode your self-confidence and your beliefs, simply because you do not fit some sort of a mold. I’ve lived and grown my entire life in a very loving community, a metropolis as colorful as they come. But that can … Continue reading How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Blogging Goals for 2020

Catch the Sunrise I know I'm a little late to the game with these New Year's posts... but life has just taken up too much of my time since Christmas. I was out of work for a bit for the holiday, then my bosses were out a bit for the holidays and one of them … Continue reading Blogging Goals for 2020

Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand

BIPOLAR DISORDER & ANGER: A RAGING LUNATIC TELLS ALL My rage is like an old-school boombox with fresh D batteries. I carry it around with me but the music isn’t a catchy melody. When it explodes from the speakers, it’s static that grates on the nerves. It makes zero sense. Sometimes, a stranger will invoke … Continue reading Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand

Finding Peace This Holiday Season – Michelle Smith

Today's guest blogger on The Unsanity is a new friend of mine who has personally helped with my stress and anxiety at the House of Care in rural central PA at the hospital we both work at. Michelle is a very wise individual, promoting balance and reminding everyone in her life to take care of … Continue reading Finding Peace This Holiday Season – Michelle Smith