Scarcity and Abundance

The first step in emotional dysregulation and self awareness since my borderline personality disorder decided to take partnership back in my life (this time with cptsd that hadn’t happened before after managing to reduce the bpd to traits over the past three years) as I see things in black and white again, is to embraceContinue reading “Scarcity and Abundance”

Criticism of the borderline

Can you imagine strolling through life asking others not to hurt you to only suffer from the after effects of institutionalized discrimination, psychological manipulation and have your life swept from you as if you’re to blame for the abuse you’ve endured out your life. When borderline ask for help for additional symptoms they haven’t experienced before their past is judged asContinue reading “Criticism of the borderline”

The anxiety awakens (poem)

I shiver in my night dress Windows open and curtains flowing Hearing the rain patter ever so gently on the window sill A body frozen in the present moment A mind that wanders into the inevitable past A brain that squelches beneath the skull A yawn that is icy and has no echo Everything isContinue reading “The anxiety awakens (poem)”

What does missing an antidepressant do to your brain!?

If you have a chemical imbalance within your brain, missing one capsule can have a devastating effect on your health and your life. I was subject to this. I was wallowing through life, replenishing my soul, afraid to dream of my shadows, afraid to break the eggshells I stepped upon until I spoke up. IContinue reading “What does missing an antidepressant do to your brain!?”

The Marilyn Project

Marilyn Monroe, our historical icon, wore her curves with dignity, her smile with force and her clothes with style. Monroe was abused as a child and grew up with mental health difficulties that lead her to take her own life so many years ago. In the age of social media it’s really important people areContinue reading “The Marilyn Project”

Till death do us part

A tree never forgets it’s roots right? Well nethier do people.  Observation is a gift. It’s a resemblance of being open-minded. I’m not one of those people who says “Get over yourself” or “You’re just being silly” if someone opens up to me about a problem. I’m the type of person who understands real world situations and whatContinue reading “Till death do us part”