Even though I’ve been diagnosed with General Anxiety Disorder and wouldn’t even consider going off my medication, I have doubts about some of the syndromes and disorders that are talked about in the psychiatric field. I question how far they go to find something wrong with a patient. I question whether there is actually something … Continue reading #takeonnews: Seasonal Affective Disorder [SAD]
The Daily Post sponsors the #weekendcoffeeshare. Twitter is also using this hashtag. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it, once a month, I hope you will join in. [This month I am doing straight prose for this post.] While … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Obstacles of Writing
Diana at Part Time Monster hosts a weekly link-up, where you can submit a link to your post and browse everything else that’s been submitted, or you can use the #weekendcoffeeshare hashtag on Twitter or Facebook. § If we were to have coffee, I’d want it to be at a quaint coffee shop. It would … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Quirks
I’ve been bombarded with adversity lately. No matter what I do, how I do it, or when I do it, I’m confronted with a wall of stones, debris, and sticky stuff I can only describe as tar. I’m stuck into the revolving door of tribulation. I’m certain I’ve not the only one going through … Continue reading Adversity Everywhere
Source: The Cutter | HarsH ReaLiTy She draws upon herself with beautiful knives of steel. With each stroke she paints a picture of her pain… with pain. Each cut produces a blossom of relief followed by a single tear of ... Continue I was so impressed with the serge of emotion in this piece.
At 11:48pm on December 21st this year, it will officially be winter above the equator this year, the winter solstice. I find it preposterous that such great lengths would be taken to get the precise minute winter starts. I doubt even weathermen (okay, weather people) care about when, exactly to the minute, winter started, just … Continue reading Obscurity on the Land
I’m taking a one-post break from writing stories. I want to work on developing better endings that aren’t so abrupt and are more complete. Some writers are geniuses with this sort of thing. I’m not one of them, obviously. ∴ Before I looked up the word, I thought melancholy meant sadness or depression, which it … Continue reading Reveling in Melancholy
After writing posts about the drastic change that began to happen in my life at the age of 17, I’ve decided to write a post that’s philosophical in nature. Going from an overactive teenager to a crippled one who appeared to have nothing in her future but sorrow is devastating. You did catch that word, … Continue reading Personal Dystopia