So maybe you’ve noticed, or maybe not (perhaps I’m being conceited) that I’ve been absent on the blog for a while now. Nothings came up, life has been as painfully ordinary as ever, so I can’t give you that excuse. Truth is, there is no excuse. I guess if I had to give … Continue reading Where have I been? Writing Motivation.
Hello My Lovelies ! Sorry I have been off the grid for a few days. I've been super busy writing articles for other blogs and publications that I kind of neglected my own. Don't worry, I have lots of posts scheduled for this week to make up for my absence. I'm happy to … Continue reading And The Winner is… (and other announcements)
Guest Post by Savannah I grew up thinking I was fat and ugly. There were many reasons for that. One reason being the social circle I was in at a young age, girls comparing their bodies to mine and making comments. Another reason was society and the comments my mother made. She … Continue reading The Mind and Body of Anorexia
I hear you as you coerce me to close my eyes again when I wake up, You remind me of my own futile existence, ‘It’s going to be a dreadful day’, you snicker, A cacophonous cry of meretricious music blasting through my earphones, Struggling to suppress you, I attempt to drown you in … Continue reading Senses of Depression
Hello, my name is Susan and I am fucking amazing. Really, I am killing it at being an awesome contributing member of society. I am an A+ person. 10/10 would be friends with. I have so many amazing qualities I don’t even know where I’m going to begin. I love myself. I’m in love with … Continue reading Why I am Amazing! (and why you are too)
TW: Drug and Alcohol abuse, suicide, depression, self harm. Addiction. It’s something that nobody likes to talk about. We often shy away from the subject as no matter your attitude towards addicts, it’s a controversial one. For some, it’s better to stay ignorant until it affects you directly – which it never would, … Continue reading Drug Addiction and Alcohol Abuse Within The LGBT Community
I’ve suffered with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Agoraphobia for the longest time. Anxiety can be debilitating. If you’ve ever gone through it, you know what I mean. The important thing to remember is, you’re completely normal. Everybody feels some level of anxiety in their lives. You could experience it before a big test … Continue reading Anxiety 101 – My tips on how to cope.