It was a big week at work. I had several what I would consider big wins this week. They included getting people to buy into several website updates, compliments about my social media presence and I was even called a surrogate/work husband. I was thrilled and exhilarated considering that I battle with head issues. Some background, two and a half years ago, I was diagnosed with a severe depressive disorder and dysthymia, which is a chronic form of depression. "With dysthymia, you may lose interest in normal daily activities, feel hopeless, lack productivity and have a low self-esteem. People with dysthymia are often thought of as being overly critical, constantly complaining and incapable of having fun." - Mayo Clinic. Though, I've been better as of late, there are times things still creep up on me. Yesterday is a good example. You see, after all the good that happened this week, I couldn't help a feeling of paranoia. Am I really turning the corner? Am I really on top of what I'm doing at work? Do I know what I'm talking about? Or, did I do or say something and people are just trying to humor me? Trying to make me feel good about myself. I'm trying to stay positive, choosing not to give into those feelings of doubt. One day at a time is no longer a cliche to me. Today, I'm happy.