In January 2018, I had just been dumped (seven days after New Years), I was working a job I hated, I was still living at home, and I was so depressed that the only options I saw for my future were to start therapy or suffer a nervous breakdown. I could feel the breakdown looming … Continue reading When Are You Finished With Therapy?
"Deep grief sometimes is almost like a specific location, a coordinate on a map of time. When you are standing in that forest of sorrow, you cannot imagine that you could ever find your way to a better place. But if someone can assure you that they themselves have stood in that same place, and … Continue reading Words Of Wisdom | Elizabeth Gilbert | Eat, Pray, Love
It’s not easy being an introvert in 2018. We now inhabit a time in which people routinely and indiscriminately ‘share’ their entire lives on social media – everything they eat, sleep, breathe and think. Very little is reserved for the realms of the sacred or the personal, and the gossamer-thin veil that divides the public […] … Continue reading cheers to the loners and the introverts — the angelcat chronicles
“He who cannot howl will not find his pack.” - Charles Simic When we were younger, making friends seemed easy. You were forced to spend your time in school surrounded by a diverse group of people, and through this consistency of presence, you figured out which groups you wanted to be a part of and … Continue reading Loneliness in Adulthood