I was feeling a bit better this morning despite my uncontrollable anxiety. I took all my prescribed drugs at once without going over my daily allowance. It had a little effect on the anxiety but something nonetheless. Overall I moving in the right direction until I received a letter from my lawyer. The legal proceeding … Continue reading No matter what. There is always something.
Everybody keeps telling me the same thing, being my psychiatrist, psychologist, my family or friends. (By the way, when I mention my family it entails my wife and my three children, nobody else.) They all tell me to let it go, forget about the past and stop dreaming. It won’t come back. But I can’t. … Continue reading I Am Lost And Exhausted.
I have this daily reoccurring feeling that bothers me a lot and makes me ashamed. I cannot, or should I say, I don’t have the strength to fight it. I will try my best to describe this issue of mine. When I am home alone, I miss the presence of my family, their laughter, quarrels, … Continue reading This feeling makes me ashamed.
One of my favorite psychiatrists told me once that “Prints on fresh cement never disappear”. This powerful analogy perfectly defines the long-lasting effect of abuses have on children and their lifetime repercussions. Regardless of how many therapies you follow or other means you find to deal with it in order to minimize their impacts on … Continue reading Child Abuse and Bullying
Help, I’m struggling and I am lonely. The post is very current as I am going through a depressed cycle for the past four to five days. I picked up this sentence from an article on Matt Christian’s blog.It was typed in capital letters showing how important it was to him. Since then it has … Continue reading Help, I’m struggling and I am lonely
We often have a crisis in my family, linked directly or indirectly to my illness. After reflecting on it for quite some time now, I came to the conclusion that it was all about the perception of our own empathy and truth and the incapacity on both sides to reverse the roles. To be fair, … Continue reading Empathies and truths