It takes every part of me to make the words escape my mouth. “You must stop this,” I yell at the burning man. “Breathe, you must.” He inhales air filling his lungs to capacity, releasing slowly. Everything all around slows, slowly at first. With his every breathe the blurry images passing us by begin to take shape.
I think my next project in the meantime will be starting a new screenplay. I have some ideas of where that would go. I have been working on the beginnings of the story of one of my favorite video games.
If you have been following my blog, you know that I have been working since November of 2017 on my memoir. All the money donated since that time has been put into a fund to pay the artist that is creating a cover so I can self-publish. Every cent that I have is going for that purpose.
Have you ever wondered who you are? Or been asked, who are you? Much like the caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland asks Alice while blowing smoke rings. I am in … Continue reading Who Am I?
When things are going good, usually in the first few months of an antidepressant change, I always feel as if this is the one that I can stick with and take in the long run! Then reality starts to hit. In the early years of my diagnosis I cared little about life, and when my antidepressants failed to work, it was my mother and my psychiatrist that made the decisions to change my antidepressants.
It has been a long process. Seriously. There were so many days where I wanted to quit it all and give up my dreams of sharing my experiences with mental … Continue reading Finally an Update I Will Love- My Memoir
Twice in one week! I really love these music posts because when you’re in this mental illness life, at least for me, listening to music has gotten me through so many dark times. So I hope you enjoy today’s mix of songs! Be sure to check out the series below!
Seems so cliché, follow your dreams. What exactly does that mean? Follow my dreams of no laundry, bills or worries? Those are my daily dreams and I would love for … Continue reading Acknowledge Your Dream, Ignite It, Then Listen to Your Voice to Follow It
My first mental illness diagnosis was given at age 3, and while I don’t have many memories of being in therapy at that young of an age, I’ve always felt … Continue reading PTSD, PPD, and Parenthood
Full. Completed. Perfect. Undivided. Fulfilled. What does whole mean to you? To me? For a long time, I didn’t know. I just knew I felt incomplete, and broken. Bipolar depression … Continue reading Becoming Whole
There are times I find that it’s hard for me to accept how things have turned out in life, being 27 and unable to work due to chronic illnesses such … Continue reading Retrospective
Today, I’d like to share a favorite poem that I heard many years ago when I was in the struggle of figuring out and accepting my diagnosis. It resonated with … Continue reading A Favorite Poem, and Today’s Thoughts