Breaking in your house late at night Cut on the light 'Cause I don't give a fuck Waking you up Put a knife to your neck
Greydon Square changed my life
To make a long story short, I had a Christian upbringing, and when I got to college, I had a few experiences that made me question my faith. Between my good friends asking me questions (which showed me how easy it was to question my beliefs), watching shows like Bullshit with Penn and Teller and Zeitgeist, and reading the Bible for the first time all the way through, I started having some questions.
Halloween for Geeks
Let's give the geeks a go at a Halloween Playlist that will chill you to the core and keep the party spooky! In no particular order, I designed this playlist with gamers in mind, mixing together some of the creepiest songs from some new and classic games (and the Castlevania Netflix series).
Happy Death Day
"Isn't death just wonderful?" pined Melissa, as the celebrations started winding down. Her mother had just passed in her fifty-fourth year. Her body lay upon the sacred alter atop the highest hill in the center of the town.
How Dogs can help you Defeat Depression
Depression is a detrimental and serious condition that affects millions of people in the U.S. alone. It can take over your life and even lead you to take your own life, leaving your loved ones with unanswered questions, pain, and feelings of guilt. I am no stranger to the effects of depression and the way it can lead to self-destructive behavior and seeking mind altering substances to cope with those feelings. I know first hand through my own experiences and the experiences of the people around me that it is not only important to address and combat this condition, but that you and I are not alone in feeling hopeless or worthless, or angry at the world, or like nothing matters.
Let's Freak out our Party Guests this Halloween
Halloween isn't about kids and candy. It's about demonic rituals and scaring people. My habit of talking openly about my history with mental illness, led me to learn that it's everywhere, affecting almost everyone in one way or another, and that those most haunted by their demons are almost always the biggest fans of the holiday. It's a chance to embrace the darkness within while also becoming someone completely different for a little while, a kind of escape.
To my brother
Wandering hopelessly, knowing there's no hope for me. My broken dreams are bottled up inside me like a coke machine. I hope to see the day that I can start to cope with things,
When my brother died
"Wandering hopelessly Knowing there's no hope for me My broken dreams are bottled up inside me Like a coke machine" Those are the first words to the poem I wrote expressing my feelings when Jesse died. Here's the first words I wrote after he died.