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March 2015

Composing Yourself When You'd Really Rather Not

By Kelley Davidson, Graduate Assistant, Bluegrass Writers Studio

            One of the most concurrently beautiful and annoying things about having depression and being a writer is that I can put words to all my feelings, man. I’ve got all these feels, and writing (along with regular doses of antidepressants, hanging out with dogs, and lots of chillin’) gives me a way to manage them.  However, when I was in the deepest throes of my depression I didn’t write anything for almost a year. It was awful. Consequently, I’ve developed a regimen for battling my self-sabotaging depression funk and I’d like to share it with you just in case any of my readers have a chemical imbalance, too, and need a pick-me-up.

Snake Hands and Consequence

By Rebecca Daff, Bluegrass Writers Studio

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