While going to therapy, you expect some kind of sympathy and understanding from your therapist. But when you clash over and over again, it becomes VERY VERY, hard to try and get better. I experienced living hell for six months when I saw my new therapist. When I wrote a post a few months ago … Continue reading My Horrible Therapist Experience (How I Became Severely Depressed)
We, as humans, all have feelings that can change depending on an event or who we are around, or how we wake up in the morning. Our feelings are an important part of who we are as humans. We don't always know it, but we are always feeling something, rather it is good or bad. … Continue reading Don’t Feel Stupid for Your Feelings
Back in 2018, I was diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. OCD stood in the forefront of my life for about two years. For a long time I wasn't even sure I had depression anymore because I was struggling with OCD the most. Frankly it sucked and I was always drugged up to keep myself sane. … Continue reading I Forgot I Have OCD. How Can that Happen?
How do you know you’re passionate about something? When you’re passionate you focus more on a topic, hobby, or project than you would if just liked it. Do you have to like something to be passionate about it? Of course, you have to like whatever it is you are that you are passionate about. I … Continue reading I’m A Better Writer, Sorta
For a long time, I had been obsessed with the number inside my clothes. I always needed to see a 5 or 7 to be satisfied and any number higher than that I wasn't buying the item. I meant a woman who told me she wouldn't buy anything higher than her size. I agreed with … Continue reading Ignoring the Number
When I was diagnosed with OCD last year I wasn't seeing much of my future. I was inside a bubble of fear, sure that nothing would ever change about me and that I was destined to be miserable for the rest of my life. The stability that I was going to gain didn't seem logical … Continue reading Taking it One Day at a Time
I can say from experience that loving people regardless is the hardest commandment in the bible to follow. It requires turning the other cheek a lot even when someone has scorn you. I have hurtful memories from people I haven't seen in years and people who are close to me. Believe it or not, just … Continue reading Spreading Love With a Sword in Your Back
I'm a loner. I've been this way for a while and it may come as a surprise to most people. I only ever talk to people when I'm in social settings. When I was in college I talked to people every day. It was also to help to keep away the drama and to stay … Continue reading I’m a Loner
I want to tell a little story. Sit back and get ready for a ride. Can the real Instagram addicts please stand up? I know you’re out there somewhere because Instagram doesn’t have five stars on the app store for nothing #dude. Well, I know you won't because you probably don't think you're addicted. You … Continue reading Drugs? Try Instagram!
I remember when I was a kid I always had one song stuck in my head. For the life of me I can’t remember where I was when I first heard it. The memories I have are false. I found that out through looking up when the song first came out, 2006. The memory I … Continue reading Music to My Ears