Tag: depression

What To Do: When A Friend Loses A Loved One. (Pt. 1)

On October 31 2017, my life changed completely. I changed. The only way I could find to express my complex feelings and ever-evolving emotions, was by writing my thoughts down on this blog. This blog, that got me into trouble more times than a few. The blog that was...

NaNoWriMo Day 3: Disaster Strikes Again!

  It’s not going well. Following my disastrous first two days of NaNo I have continued the trend by learning another lesson. This one you’ll laugh at, probably. Lesson 2: Save your work. Sounds simple right? You’d think that any self-respected writer would know to SAVE their work before...

New Eyeliner Trend Alert!

  So here’s a funny story. I was at the checkout most likely looking something like this: Which is my “No make up, crazy hair, don’t care” look which I’ve been sporting lately. And the girl at the checkout had the most amazing eyes! They were a striking blue...

Dear Friend…(A letter from someone who is hurting)

I saw these pictures come up online and my emotional response led me to writing a post about it. I realised that not only did I completely relate with the message of these pictures, but I realised I was not alone in the suffering. So, this letter is for...

Grounding: Day Sixteen

Grounding: Day Sixteen Today I roped in a friend to join me with my grounding session. It was -1 C when we did it and the grass was wet. It made for a slightly less pleasant experience than if it was a nice dry, warm sunny day. However; the...

Grounding: Day Fourteen

Grounding: Day Fourteen I forgot to ground today!!! It was totally dark outside and pouring it down with rain when I remembered I had completely forgotten to do my daily grounding. I still did it. And had to put my camera in night-mode to attain the photographic evidence. Today...

Grounding: Day Eight

Grounding: Day Eight The sun was out in full glory today and I was in a much better mood – further supporting my belief that my moods reflect the weather. When I stood in my back garden I noticed all sorts of sounds I previously ignored…the cars and trucks...