Grateful: A Brief Tribute To Thich Nhat Hahn

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Thoughts and Writings on Mental Health and Mindfulness

In 2016, my last year as a Dean of Students, and my last time I will ever be an administrator, I fell into one of the worst depressions and bouts of anxiety that I have experienced in my life. The job was stressful but I also had past traumas creeping in my mind and soul, and they decided to take me on a swirling ride that I couldn’t get off.

I have written about this time before, so I will only add this, I was on the brink of feeling like I may not return from the dark places my mind was taking me. I was unsure if I was going to make it. The stress was causing me so much anxiety that I was dizzy throughout the day, had blurred vision, and the entire right side of my body was tingling. I figured I had a disease. To rule…

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