Tags » Claustrophobia

Conquering Fear

This little boy doesn’t like closed spaces, especially tight, crowded ones. He cries when we take jeepneys. He panics in elevators. No matter how happy and carefree he is seconds earlier, the moment he realizes he’s in a cramped space, he starts to flap his hands in distress. 817 more words

Travel

Stone the Lonely

I can go from biting loneliness
to social claustrophobia – and back -
in ten seconds flat.
Terrorized by polite conversation,
I don’t have much energy, 56 more words

Poems Of Regret And Resentment

Trapped!

http://www.trapped-toronto.com/

118 Dundas St W.
Toronto, ON M5G
437-886-0246

Rooms: 2

Reviewed rooms:  Claustrophobia, Pandemic

Trapped! is located right in the downtown core, just near Dundas Square and Eaton Center.   621 more words

Review

Day 1,026

Today I am thankful:

For meeting my radiation oncologist, who is young, well qualified, and to-the-point.

Because everything is set up for me to start radiation tomorrow. 38 more words

Gratitude Journal

The bedroom

It occurred to me that my trauma relates to bedrooms. Probably obvious but still an interesting pattern.

The rape occurred in a house in a bedroom. 396 more words

Crowd-o-phobia?

“I pledge my commitment to the Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project. I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others. 759 more words

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Is one of the underlying metaphors of this play/film saying something about the insanity, claustrophobia, nepotism, and vicious hierarchical nature of academic life? 123 more words

Film