Just a note to let you know that I have finally edited and reformatted the two Storied Mind ebooks (Surviving Depression Together and A Mind for Life) to enable them to be read on Kindle, Kobo, Apple iBooks and other major readers. For various reasons related to this shift, the PDF versions, which have been […]
This is just a short note to let you know that after ten years I have to update Storied Mind. That means a lot of changes: a new theme and background images, removing some features and generally simplifying things on the back end. All that reflects the demands of advancing WordPress technology and the massive […]
2007 seems a world away from my life today, and many of the changes have come about because of the writing I started five years ago on the Storied Mind blog. Depression felt a lot more dominant then than it now does, and prospects for living as I hoped to a lot less bright. All […]
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Summoning up hope and resilience for living well in 2012 helps a lot more than the brief energy for a few resolutions. So my number one wish for you, for all of us dealing with depression, is to find a way to accept what comes, the good and the bad, and draw on it to […]
Well, it took a while, but we’re back with a much expanded site. I had thought we could switch to this new format gradually, but it didn’t work out that way. We had to finish the redesign offline, merge the content of two sites and then make the transition all at once. Tweaking will continue for a few days, so please let us know if anything doesn’t work the way it should.
I’d like to ask your help in getting the Recover Life from Depression website ready for launching. There are several features I’ll be adding to what you see now, but the structure doesn’t depend on those elements. Before doing any more, though, I’d really appreciate your feedback, in particular, on the organization and usability of […]