I feel sad.
I can’t sleep.
I’m not myself.
It’s funny, because I have no reason by any means to feel this way.
I have a loving supportive family, a roof over my head, and food in my kitchen. I love my job. I’m one of the few lucky people in this world who can say that. My business is doing fantastic on all levels: we just hired our President of Mobile, raised some capital, have a great partnership in the works, and are about to launch our second software product into private beta testing. My health is fantastic and I’m in the best shape of my life. The list goes on.
And yet, I feel sad.
I enumerated all of these things for two specific reasons. First, if you took five minutes to scan through my social media content you’d already know all of this information about me. Second, to remind myself just how incredibly blessed I am to have all of these great things happening in my life. In our culture it’s socially acceptable for people to broadcast about how “amazing” their life is, but not how hurt, afraid, anxious, or sad they feel on the inside. What you wouldn’t know from my social media activity is that I suffer from SAD, orSeasonal Affective Disorder.
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