Chemical Lobotomy

Another short story in a slightly different form… slightly inspired by Robin. Thanks, pal. I became fake from the meds that I take from the trauma awake just another mistake… Where is my brain? Hiding from pain? Hiding from pleasure? I feel insane. My body is chill from the previous pill. Craving some pleasure, craving … Read more

If You Could Be A Song, Which One Would You Be?

your song

Do you ever ask yourself this question? Which song describes you the most? Which melody flows best with your body and your mind? Which song do you truly feel? Is it just one song, can you see yourself in several different (or similar songs)? You can explore yourself through this exercise and learn something new. … Read more

What Would I Do If I Wasn’t Afraid?

I’ve asked myself this many times, but the answer just wasn’t right. It woke me up in the middle of the night today, so I’ve cleared things up finally. I wrote quite a long post and deleted everything. Because It just wasn’t right. Again. So I’ll go straight to the point now that I’ve got … Read more

No Complaining Challenge: Support And Updates


Since we’re in this together, I’ve decided to dedicate this post for our updates with the challenge. Things can be easier if you talk to others. I already experienced some interestingt moments because of it. Gollum had a tough night vomiting and waking me up practically all night. My morning was no less interesting, I’ve … Read more

The Bright Side of BPD

I just finished another course, this time on positive psychology & resilience. Btw, you can do it too, if you’re into learning something new. Which got me thinking a bit more about the bright side of pretty much everything. So, you think that your borderline traits are only negative? Think again. 😉 Strengths and qualities … Read more

The Story About How I’ve Finally Met The One

It took me many years to find the one I’ve been searching for all these years. And it’s not who I imagined it to be. I’m not talking about a prince on a white horse, nor am I talking about a man or even another person. I’ve fell in love with myself. Damn, how narcissistic … Read more

Guest post: Tribalism

In an essay written at the end of World War II, George Orwell wrote, “the habit of identifying oneself with a single nation or other unit, placing it beyond good and evil and recognizing no other duty than that of advancing its interests. . . . .”1 Orwell is referring to to tribalism as it often is demonstrated in our cultures. Why are Human’s Tribalistic? … Read more