Hiya! My name is KJ, and I love all things writing! My favorite things to write are short stories and poems. Come by and see what I have to offer and find your new favorite piece of literature! Contact me: [email protected]
Around the Fire As the smoke of the fire curls toward the moon, I find myself lost in the beauty of her smile. The way her lips curl into her cheeks,
I'm Sorry With every ring, My heart sinks lower Into my chest. The emotions: Joy, depression, Regret, and remorse, Float to the surface
Through these times, we are stuck at home and with nothing to do. So what better way to fill your time than to learn a new language? There are several options out there, so choosing the best one for you is important. Soon, you can even be a polyglot like me!
I was shattered into a million pieces all my life. Somehow you found me and put each of those pieces back together again.
First of all, if you have been following this series, it means the world to me. I hope I have made a difference or at least shed some light on the struggles with PNES. That being said, here it is, the final installment! I appreciate each of you and hope you enj0yed this series.
I know this year has been crazy, and if you are like anyone I know, you have procrastinated until now to do your Christmas shopping. (Heads up, it's next week, guys!) There are a few different things you can give that will not cost you an arm and a leg, are sustainable, and even quick gifts.
Mental Illness: there, I said it. It's a topic that is typically unacceptable to talk about. There is still a stigma around it, though it is getting better. It is so simple to poke fun at or discount mental illnesses. I think most of the stigma is around the word "illness" because, well, we don't like talking about things that make us different, and that one word does. Even though you can't see that someone is mentally ill, it is still there; that's why you can't judge a book by its cover. Mental illness affects 1 in 5 people... that's a lot of people for us not to be talking about it.
If you are following this series, you already know some of the struggles I face daily. Today, I want to explore some of the side effects, if you will, and daily routines I have. Now, remember, this affects everyone differently; this series is just what I personally experience and to raise awareness for PNES. (*trigger warning later on in this post*)