The most creative of us feel things deeply and passionately and although that's an amazingly beautiful thing, it can also lead us to dark places that we have to find our way out of without a flashlight. It happens to me from time to time. Unpredictably and inconveniently, without warning... It never gets easier, but you learn to manage through it, to let it pass, to keep walking even though you don't know when (or if) you'll find enough light within yourself to escape. But you have to embrace the darkness, to let it pass through you and believe that there is more than just this. There is life waiting for you on the other side. Life and beauty and art and love. ~KLiedle/@cococaffeine
"Once my stepdad asked me, 'What does [depression] feel like?' And I
said, 'It feels like I'm desperately homesick, but I'm home.' " --Sarah Silverman
#SarahSilverman #Depression #ISmileBack #HappinessOnTheOtherSide
See below to read Sarah Silverman opening up about her own struggles with depression and her role in the film, I Smile Back.
Sarah Silverman On Battle With Depression
This is an ever-evolving story of a girl writer and her two greatest loves, the movies and travel. As she hikes the trenches of Hollywood, you're brought along for the ride.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Thursday, October 1, 2015
I'm pleased to announce that my short story, "A Small Act Of Rebellion" has been published in The Fiction Issue of Chicago Literati Magazine. Honored to be a part of this quality publication! Please enjoy the issue via the link below.
Honored to have my short story published in The Fiction Issue of Chicago Literati today! #Fiction #ChicagoLiterati https://t.co/bDGaIDggrQ— Kendra Liedle (@Cococaffeine) October 1, 2015