You've just had your baby. You've been expected to return to your former glory within few weeks after giving birth but it hasn't happened yet.... hmmmm. While being pregnant, you imagined yourself strolling with a pram, full of energy and optimism through the town few days after birthing your baby. Currently, you are willing to … Continue reading The Truth About Postpartum Period
Do you look at other people who seem to fully enjoy their life? They appear to be articulate, they bloom with self- confidence and splatter their optimism everywhere they go. 'It's highly contagious- this optymistic attire'- you think to yourself. 'I shall be more like them'- you contemplate. Accidentally, you get to know them better … Continue reading Existence
Depression has a face A face you cannot see You are cloaked from the world Cuddled by darkness Sleeping with your thoughts Past and present Intoxicate Attractive thinking? A way out Tempting People who should be there Hide with someone else Depression has a face It is behind the smile Do you not see?
I have a problem I cannot fix We cannot seem to move forward Only backwards To memories I wish were gone And say goodbye Good-bye To the problems, I have no answers To the problems I cannot fix To the problems I cannot see Say Goodbye Goodbye Say goodbye Goodbye To the problems, I have … Continue reading I Can’t Fix Me
When you live with anxiety for many years you get use to it. It becomes your partner for life. It's not the most pleasant acquaintance of all times. I would say you treat it as a very annoying colleague from work who happens to sit next to you. You can't get rid of them (obviously) … Continue reading Anxious Existence After the Incident
I was raised as a person who was meant to follow the path of the Roman Catholic Church. I refused to adhere to it and as a result of my decision I faced fair amount of prejudice. When I was a teenager I searched for people who would soothe my battered soul and who would … Continue reading Mental Pain & Suicide