I have been told time and time again by, let's just call him Bob so he stays anonymous, that I am not the person he met. That I am a completely different person and he wishes I used to be that person again. Unfortunately, I don't know who that person was that I used to … Continue reading Am I really a different person? Is the me everyone used to know dead?
It makes my laugh when I get a message from my best friend, Alaina, asking me if I'm ever going to make a post on here this week. I'll be honest, sometimes I don't even know what to write and a lot of the times I don't even realize how much time has passed or … Continue reading Lost in a Fantasy
Well my sister is moved out. And she is to get the rest of her stuff on Saturday which is all of two boxes she didn't get today for some reason (I guess because they wouldn't fit in her car). It might just be the restorative yoga that I just got out of or the … Continue reading Here We Go Again
Well, I made a positive mental health decision today by dropping out of the [very] condensed Summer Semester. What started it is that I started looking over the assignments that I would need to be doing for next week (when classes were set to start) and quickly realized that I would have to read anywhere … Continue reading School & Mental Health
It's been about 4 days without drugs or alcohol. I had a brief 1 day relapsed where I took some anxiety medication and had a glass of wine while I took a bubble bath but now I am completely out of my "medication" which makes it easier for me to not use it (because I … Continue reading entitled
When I was a young teenager (literally around 12/13) I got involved in a deep and ardent love affair. With books. And fearing that this is going to be a lame blog post, I must also mention that my Dad is really the one who introduced me to reading as a hobby. I still remember … Continue reading Joy & Interests
Today I wanted to talk about something a little hard, something that a lot of people avoid talking about for various reasons. 1) could be that is makes them uncomfortable 2) they're scared of the subject 3) they don't want to bring their good mood down. That subject? Mental illness. Now I'm not talking about … Continue reading blackouts