We’re the same! 

Talking to a few people close to my heart, I told them I feel like Lucky.  Lucky is my dog, she is a rescue dog paralyzed from the waist down. When I first found her, when I tried to pick her up, she ran away. I thought that was normal, she doesn’t know me, she’s... Continue Reading →

Stabbing presence 

They are gone, but they still control you. Not in the sense that they tell you what to do and what not to do, but their harm still extends even though they are not in your life anymore.  You sit there wondering what is wrong with you. Why you can’t just deal with life like... Continue Reading →

Easier said than done 

It’s so easy when you think about the practicality of things. You sit, you put a plan, and you execute.  Need to lose weight? Diet Need to build muscle? Go to the gym  Need to make friends? Expand your circle Need to move on? Forgive  Need to work on your depression and anxiety? Go to... Continue Reading →

Parallel efforts

Everyone around you all in good faith tell you a bunch of things, some tell you to go to sleep earlier, just cut out the junk food, make a bed time routine.  All good and well, but this won’t stop the heaviness you feel. The problem is that it’s like a persisting lake eroding the... Continue Reading →

Healing Hurts

I am not sure where we get the idea that time heals all wounds, that statement sort of dissolves the pain that you encounter while healing. The idea that time heals all wounds is one of the biggest lies that our culture has embedded within society. Time may allow for a scab to form over... Continue Reading →

Territory of the heart

via Daily Prompt: Territory "She is mine." Getting to know someone comes in phases. Moving from attraction to comfort, the phase where we start being who we are, rather than the masks we wore. There's a sense of belonging. Attachment. The belonging is beautiful. Someone who feels like home, who isn't too much work. Someone... Continue Reading →

He’s Controlling Your Mind!

Split was an excellent depiction of how real the different voices inside your head are. Sure, I know you'll say that you don't have Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) or now what is known as Dissociative identity disorder (DID) ; but in my point of view, you sorta do. Everyone has different facets to their personality,... Continue Reading →

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