There’s nothing you can say to me that I haven’t said to myself, much harsher, with blades, and drugs, and self spoken hate. The shame, and the guilt eat me alive, every night my head drops. I haven’t forgiven myself for the fights we fought, the fights I caused, with my temper, with… Continue reading Vanished
In the United States, about 8.7 million kids under the age of 17 live in a household with at least one parent battling with addiction. This data was combined was from 2009 to 2014. This doesn’t even include the recent rise in opiate users. It’s time to give these children a voice. It’s time we… Continue reading The Ignored Ones: Children of Addicts
You're in the next room sleeping and I'm shouting out a song for you I shouldn't wake you over the furnace, but I should swear to someone you'd have loved every note So dream a good one tonight I'll listen to the bad ones when they come Get up in my ear 'till I hear… Continue reading Hypomaniac, Insomniac Dreams
I have been missing in action. I haven't posted. My blog engagement is low and I have missed out on so many of your posts. For that, I apologize. I haven't had insurance since the beginning of this year. This means no meds for my bipolar disorder and no meds for my fibromyalgia. I have… Continue reading M.I.A.
I have been feeling down and working on freelance work but I should have an informational post coming soon as well as possibly a guest blogger which should be pretty fucking cool. Some days I get lost in my head and my thoughts consume me. So I leave you with this some Linkin Park. P.S.… Continue reading Papercut/Just An Update
This is my first published piece outside of ghostwriting blog posts and my blog. I can only post so much of it, so I hope you finish reading it on the website, Resources to Recovery! I also want you to check out the three wonderful ladies that let me interview them for this piece &… Continue reading The Light of Bipolar Disorder: Creativity
What those of us with a mental illness never discuss is the constant obstacles we’ve grown accustomed to jumping. With every goal in life and each step we take towards those goals, those of us with mental illness have enormous hurdles. Some days, we have more hurdles than those who are of healthy mind and… Continue reading Confessional #3: Obstacles and Hope