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Mar 27, 2020

I go between being rock solid to a quivering mess. Especially when people are making economic decisions about my worth on the planet. I don't know, something about it just doesn't sit right with me.

We do things differently around here. Inconsistent as well as predictable.This time out it is a look at certain music videos that might serve as reminders of some self-care techniques.

This time it is a look at specific music videos that might speak to the anxious in the ways that the normals might not make a connection. But you might.

And it might help you remember a self-care technique that could help you feel more comfortable.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

Voices in the Head and/or Existential Dread

Falling on Deaf Ears: When Others Don’t Honor Your Voice, blog post by Kristina Kelly

Til Tuesday Voices Carry
Gnarls Barkley's Crazy from the album St Elsewhere.

Depression or Is the Sky Blue? Really…I’ll take your word on it.

9 Ways to Take Care of Yourself When You Have Depression by By Margarita Tartakovsky

Godly and Creme with a simple visual meditation about the nature of being in pain and being vulnerable, Cry.

Mr. Johnny Cash with his haunting rendition of Hurt.

Doom and Damnation Party I'm Alright Jack!

Six Different Types of Grounding Exercises for Anxiety & Intense Emotions by Lexi Schimdt

Split Enz I Got You with the lyric I don't know why sometimes I get frightened.

Boomtown Rats I don't like Mondays based on a school shooting in 1979.

Oukast - Idewild Blue/Don't Chu Worry About Me


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