For The Love Of Crazy Cake
I sat silently in the middle of a large room, I did not belong here, but there was no sense in saying a word about it. The masterminds of this place simply did not understand someone that was able to speak but had nothing to say. Deemed insane was a far stretch in my book, but after sitting in a hospital room and watching the only person I ever loved, the only person who truly ever loved me, take his last breath, my words made no sound.
The Barn; My Old Friend
“I DON’T REMEMBER” she shouted for one last time before she shut down again. Session number 7, and those are the only words I can get out of her mouth. Days seemed much simpler when I ran my private practice. I don’t even recall now why I decided to move to inpatient work. The subtle thought that maybe I did it because I felt like I could be of more help was dampened dramatically by the woman sitting in front of me.
Yes, We Are Angry! And We Have Every Right To Be!
The methods of utter isolation, segregation, and stereotypes have been sufficient in keeping the unfriendly masses at bay. The labels force us to look at each other as the enemy instead of looking to the government or the powers that be. We have been stripped of our titles and demonized in the eyes of everyone around us. Gatherings are getting smaller, and homes are drenched in silence. Our wars are being fought against our neighbors and friends. We have truly lost our way.
A Friend In The End
As I wandered through abandoned cities and I sifted through rubble to find anything that might be worth something now instead of a large amount of waste we used to hold dearly. I still couldn’t bring myself to remove items from the dead, but as I sifted through the rubble of a fallen apartment building, I found toys, which generally lead to canned food I could stomach.
Rest Little One
Close your eyes my dear Fall asleep before you fall apart You are better than this world I fear I mean that from the depths of my heart
The Chronicles of Chronic Pain- Part 2
Chronic pain changes many things, including what I like to call your “health language.” Everyone has a different way of explaining pain, and when you deal with chronic pain frequently, it changes how you describe your pain and how you describe various health problems and symptoms.
A Purely Fictional Series of Events - Entry #4
The sea of eyes that are so cautiously looking out from the crowd is enough to make even the most popular of people uncomfortable. We have all been stuffed into tiny little boxes and labeled by stereotypes. If you fall under one of the titles placed on you by society, you must fall in place.
The Chronicles of Chronic Pain- Part 1
This article will be the first part of a series based on an understanding of chronic pain, reasons for chronic pain that are commonly overlooked, remedies, tips, mental and emotional support, and more.