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north south east west? where shall this path lead me?

This blog has become a place for art and therapy for me, and I’m wondering how this will affect my readers. Should I create separate spaces so that one is just to share my art and another to discuss my disorders, grief, and other such emotions? 213 more words

Art

Emergency

Photo taken by contributor Annie, a woman who lives with depression, anxiety, PTSD, dissociative disorder and a myriad of other issues that haunt her. She enjoys writing, creating art, and her cat Zoe. 107 more words

Photography

frail and bedazzled by all the glam

 I have an extremely cluttered mind; I think it’s partly due to my OCD and bipolar disorder? I dunno.. it’s like my brain is constantly whizzing about like some Zonko’s joke toy, ping ponging from one idea to another, making it extremely difficult to hold onto any one thought for a long time. 463 more words

Art

What is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

Dissociation is a “the disruption of the normal integrative processes of consciousness, perception, memory, and identity that define selfhood.”[1] Dissociative identity disorder it is the most complex of the Dissociative Disorders. 204 more words

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Encouraging Tussila

What’s the matter, Tussila? Why are you so sad and reluctant? You think that nobody will be interested in you work, that nobody will bother to read your words or view your paintings. 737 more words

Artist Amateur

Our Dark Romantic Hero: Among the Gypsies

Our Dark Romantic Hero stands at the entrance of a grimy hotel named the Hotel Lyric. It reeks of disease and neglected poverty. Urine streams into the gutter. 504 more words
Photography And Art

About the language

About the language

First, let me inform you that English is not my mother’s tongue. If you find my writing a bit puzzling and out of the ordinary, please bear over with me, or even better, let me know if you have problems understanding my formulations. 418 more words

Art