“I love to write, I just need a new pen that writes well and feels nice in my hand.” “I would like to have a muffin.” “I would like a nice, new, leather-bound journal with many pages.”
Single. Taken. Single. Taken. Being dumped (or dumping someone) and going through heartbreak is hard, but it’s always a learning experience and something that you shouldn’t be ashamed of. Not every relationship will work out. Not every marriage will last. It can be difficult to make the decision to be single for anyone because not only do you have to deal with the social comments, you also have to deal with your own mind turning on you.
Music is an amazing thing. It can help you deal with life by relating to the lyrics and provide an outlet for whatever you are going through. Music can actually change how you feel; uplift you, throw you down in the dumps, or even just give you something to cry about when you’re having a bad day.
I came to my hometown in the year 2001 as a shy and feisty ten year old. I can still remember crying in my room of our new house, wishing I was with my good friends in my old city. We had been through a lot as a family at that time, and we were looking to have a new start and a better life. Like many, we did not have it easy and each of us had (and still have) our own traumas and life experiences that scarred us and shaped us into our being. We loved each other very much, but maybe were not equipped with the knowledge and tools to take care of our mental health.