I might not have realized the extent of trauma or suffering that I experienced as a child. The importance of this is to heal those wounds, even as some of them were previously repressed. There are no easy answers to overcoming certain situations in life, especially when one’s illness continues to be “front and center.” […]Read More Had I Not Found This Community…
I can’t be fixed.If I could have fixed myself, I would have.A long time ago, actually.Read More Fix Me (A Poem)
NOTE: This was written awhile ago, but some of the tenants are still true. I am just waiting for my (physical) health to deteriorate. That’s a fact! I am so pissed about it too! I don’t know how to function without impending doom. I want to be alive though! How do I make things better? […]Read More When You’re Waiting To Die, Because You Aren’t “Able”
I like to feel like I am making progress, so I think about the idea of “one day at a time.” It’s not always the case that I am making progress, and a lot of times, whatever work I am doing, ends up in the toilet. So, I say it. A lot of us probably […]Read More What Does “One Day At A Time” Mean In The Scheme Of Things?
I was just thinking about this, as I was perusing the featured posts on my web site. What makes me uniquely me? I guess it has a lot to do with my experiences, but also (as it pertains to my blog), it has something to do with how I present information and make it formidable. […]Read More What Makes You Uniquely You?
When I say that something is “sad,” it usually is. I get the notion to express compassion from both my personal integrity, and from my conditioned response to do so. Since I’ve experienced a lot of difficult times with mental illness, I am well-equipped to say that something (anything illness related), is sad. I hope […]Read More When A Person Like Me Remarks That Something Is “Sad”