“Unlike other forms of psychological disorders, the core issue in trauma is reality.” Bessel A. von der Kolk — Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on Mind, Body and … Continue reading My C-PTSD
And she thought I am wasted. I am ruin. I am one. But she fought For her mind. For her soul. For herself. She won. .
“Solitude vivifies; isolation kills.”—Joseph Roux I am currently baffled by the process of making friends. I never had a ton of friends as a kid or a teenager, but I … Continue reading A Habit of Isolation
“This kitty cat lost her mind Been lookin’ for a star-sent sign that I’ll be alright Look to the skies” —”Rainbows” by Kesha It’s been a year since I started … Continue reading Where does that highway go to?
“Plus, I believe Gettin’ kinda chubby I’m just saying ’cause I wuv you”—Mother Gothel, “Mother Knows Best” A few days ago I decided to pull out my Renaissance Fair costume … Continue reading The Costume
“Running on empty, there was nothing left in me but doubt I picked up a pen And wrote my way out (I wrote my way out)”—”Wrote My Way Out” I … Continue reading The Last Five Years
“The inability to get something out of your head is a signal that shouts, “Don’t forget to deal with this!” As long as you experience fear or pain with a … Continue reading Healing from Narcissistic Abuse: a story of seeking health
lack [lak] noun deficiency or absence of something needed, desirable, or customary: lack of money; lack of skills something missing or needed: After he left, they really felt the lack. … Continue reading Lack
“I can’t relate to the more innocent voices, the ones who think small problems are problems at all, or who think there’s a reason for my tragedy, or who are … Continue reading Actually, I’m Angry