Tonight my son’s with his mom which means I’ve got a little bit more free time to myself. So what did I do with my free time?
- Do the laundry
- Iron my clothes
- Clean the litter box for Inori
- Cook dinner
- Go to the supermarket and buy more fruits
- Prepare lunch for tomorrow
- Take out the garbage
Something’s missing in there…that elusive thing we call “me-time”. I’ve successfully managed to fill up my schedule with endless tasks and forgot the most important one.
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One of my goals is to reach out and connect with men particularly in ethnic communities. I’d like to break the stereotypes and barriers that ethnic men don’t talk about mental health. Needless to say, I’m proud to share that I am an Asian male openly talking about my struggles with depression, anger and anxiety. Continue reading Angry and Asian: Breaking Mental Health Barriers for Men.
One of the many things that motivates us as human beings is about making connections and doing things that matter to us. Whenever we do things that have value to us, we have purpose. We strive for a subconscious contribution to something greater than ourselves. We yearn to belong to something and to someone. We want to be valued. Continue reading Purpose and Depression