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Crying (4 Stars)

Once upon a time, somebody told me that crying was the female equivalent of an erection. Entirely elusive when it would come in handy (you know- funerals or when you’re trying to get out of stuff), but quite likely to show up uninvited at inopportune moments (such as meetings or in the middle of a tryst). 756 more words

Anxiety

Can't Emotionally Commit

Here’s a new video about healing and emotional commitment.

Behavioral Health

Toothpaste Tastes the Same

Monday morning, seven hours into the am, the alarm strategically sounds, a sudden shudder and a somehow planned stretch I am awoke. Brain telling me that if the eyes close I’ll be a goner and probably fired from work, on the other hand it screams ‘be different’ obediently listening the angel of goodwill and morals on my right shoulder. 890 more words

Anxiety

Alive But Dead

Sometimes I wonder if part of my depression comes from thinking too much about things that are impossible to be answered.

I guess us, as in people with depression tend to think about the purpose of life. 409 more words

Cup Of Thoughts

Feeling a Little Blah😒

Happy Sunday all, hoping everyone is enjoying the day so far. I woke up a little confused this morning about some things, not knowing what I should do. 319 more words

Let it go..

Let it go.  You’ll be pleased to hear I’m not about to burst into a rendition of every small girl’s favourite song.  My post today is, what I hope will be, another useful insight into how to calm the busy mind and bring a bit more order into the chaos. 594 more words