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How Self-Awareness Changed My Life

Self-Awareness, some simple term that everybody seems to grasp yet mistaken as something else. It isn’t simply about knowing who you are on the surface. It is a sense of introspection and understanding of your needs, desires, habits, values, fears and most importantly, why you behave the way you do. 1,015 more words

Blog Posts

Major Life Update.

Hey, guys, so I’m currently dating a wonderful girl right now.  It’s a long-distance relationship, so I’m bummed about that, but I would like to visit her and stuff.   240 more words

Dissociative Disorder

I don't know how to cry (tw self-harm, eating disorder)

Today I ate the dinner. Because my mom was home and there was no way for me to get rid of it. I couldn’t even purge, because of my mom. 134 more words

Mental Health

Day 15: better the devil you know

Good evening guys, and that is for stopping by to read my blog, I’m very greatfull for all of the views and likes and followers I have received so far, so a big thank you to those who take the time to read,like and follow. 696 more words

Still don't know.

A man walks down a dark Brooklyn side street with his pants at his ankles, genitals flailing. I am looking for pizza. Legitimate conerns are raised about that man getting shot by police but we push on to get some garlic knots at Ganni’s at midnight. 443 more words

Writing

News Day Tuesday: Jane Doe V. Harris County, Texas, Sheriff Hickman

For my first News Day Tuesday, I’d like to cover the case of Jane Doe V. Harris County, Texas, and Sheriff Hickman, which I believe is a prime example of the shoddy treatment rape victims receive when they seek help from the justice system. 290 more words

Mental Health

Take Up Space.

Whenever you apologise for your existence,

you shrink a little.

You hide yourself away,

not wanting to inconvenience, never wishing to be a bother.

Take up space. 166 more words

Mental Health