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I find that depression is more than an illness, its like my brain default for every negative circumstance that comes my way. The negativity just overwhelms my mind to the point where I huddle in a ball, pretending that I'm okay. I'm overreacting. I'm in recovery, this shouldn't be happening. Why is it happening?! I have nothing… Continue reading Depression Relapse?
I remember a time where I was in such deep depression that I couldn't see the light. Everything was dark and black. I couldn't eat, sleep, or think. I felt like I was a prisoner in my own reality. My mind was foggy and I lost my will power to do many things. My mother… Continue reading Braver Than Yourself
Turn violet light to the direction of the sea shattering ships on ruby-pressed lips. Sailors are drawn to pearl white-tower of sirens singing to the tune of scratched nails against roaring waves violently crashing and receding into a column of sharpened shell shards on shore. Sailors swim in burgundy waters and their cold bones clatter… Continue reading Lighthouse
I love the fact that I'm emotional. I don't find it a weakness, but my strongest attribute. Emotional people are an incredible breed of humans who are in tuned with their emotions and needs of others. We feel deeply, love passionately, and give without hesitation. We wear our hearts on our sleeves even if it… Continue reading Love your “Emotional” Self
Silver moon hangs in shivering night with a dim glow overlooking city lights and brown eyes burning sapphires and rubies on gold cornerstones. Clock tower strikes midnight in the hour of Crescent Moon dangling in lunar time with blank stares turning time into a sequence of goosebumps rising like hills on smooth skin and rippling… Continue reading Crescent Moon