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An Addict's Escapist Tendencies

The most cunning thing about addiction is that rarely can one predict it’s full impact. When I first starting ingesting drugs I convinced myself of their safety. 1,216 more words


WTF Is Wrong With You!?

So, after getting some feedback earlier which I didn’t expect at all…! (Thank You!) I thought I’d explain in a bit more detail what BPD actually is; 1,082 more words


i don't know how to tell you

I’ve been struggling. A lot. With life and therapy and my relationship with T. He hasn’t changed at all (at least not that I’ve noticed), so I’m not sure what it’s all about. 1,473 more words


Chronic illness: purpose in life

I wrote a post about our sense of self with illness and your feeling of having a purpose is part of that. I wish this for us all. 480 more words

Chronic Illness

Everything feels old, decrepit, broken

I can’t sleep. I’m anxious because I’m getting no sleep, so it’s harder to fall asleep. So I do what you’re supposed to do, stop checking your phone and get out of bed, but it’s 3 am here now and that doesn’t help because I have to get up at 6:30. 292 more words


Coaching Files: Answering the intention and not the question

There’s a thing my family does that kind of drives me bananas. It’s the thing where they ask you why you’re leaving after you’ve been there the requisite number of hours +1. 457 more words


Who am I, Who was I and Who would I have been?

It all started with a coffee.

If you follow me on social media you’ll know I recently went out for brunch for the first time since Reece was born, 11 months ago! 1,003 more words