Monthly Archives: June 2012

Whosoever Puncheth the Wall

I’m Phil, and I am depressed. Last night I was depressed, and I was a little angry about it. I hope I didn’t alarm anybody, but I know I did cause at least one person to worry. I was asked … Continue reading

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Blame the Weather

I am depressed. I’ve been having more good days than bad ones lately. This is indicative of almost nothing. If I were writing this past February, I would have been doom and gloom and full of rageful brooding. (Oh, nothing … Continue reading

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Today is Different

I am depressed. Today was a little bit different. I made the bed. I took out the trash and recycling. I straightened up the living room, and even put some dirty clothes in the dirty clothes bin. Today was a … Continue reading

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The Whithertos and the Whyfores

I am depressed. I first wrote about my general depression history. Then, I tried to give an insider’s perspective on depression. Stephen Fry, a British comedian, author, actor, writer, tech enthusiast, and former depressed individual tweeted a link to an … Continue reading

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Define Depressed

I am depressed. I previously wrote a brief history, or encapsulation, of my depression and tried to give reasons as to why I am suddenly talking, or writing, about it. I don’t know how obvious it is that a depressed … Continue reading

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Don’t Need a Reason

I’m depressed. It has taken me a very long time to realize this simple fact, let alone process it, and be able to externalize it. You see, for most people, what they feel, how they react, what they do every … Continue reading

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