Whenever I find out that someone suffer from the same kind of mental illnesses that I do (anxiety, depression, ADHD), I automatically become inclined to talk to them more because I know how difficult it is to feel all alone and helpless. I would almost reflexively tell them that I’m there for them to talk […]
“It’s not just a haircut…” C said, as she looked at me empathetically. “There’s one important thing I want you to do tonight, after you are picked up at work and get home. When you are alone, and these thoughts come back, I want you to go to the mirror and look at yourself. Look […]
On Wednesday, I had a great session with S. I told him of my epiphany regarding how the anger and rage I often feel comes from the teenager side of me and that the adult side is broken into two – one is the rational, kind, and caring adult while the other is the nagging, […]
I’m alive. I promise. It’s just that things have gotten so overwhelmingly bad for me that I can’t bring myself to write anything here. This post will be raw and might be triggering for some as I have some discussions on suicide. For more, read on after the jump.
I know I promised to write a summary of what I’ve learned from my therapy session a few days ago but I really can’t get around to doing it. With all the studying I’ve been doing these past few days (can you believe it’s only been a week?) and all the other things I’ve been […]
It comes as no surprise that this week has been very difficult. I don’t think it’ll ease up until next Friday when my finals will be over. However, that said, I did receive a very heart warming message from a friend whom I really count as one of my closest friends now and whom I […]
Well, it’s that time of the year. The time where everyone (at least in Northern America) sits back and asks themselves, “What am I thankful for this year?” I think now as I reflect, I have a lot to be thankful for – even if I have been spending the past 3 months being more […]