Everything deflated like a balloon. That’s what it felt like to be broken up with. It wasn’t devastating. My identity remained unaltered in her absence, but the air went out. … Continue reading In Defense of Your Ex
Moments way before this one stung with my loneliness. My entire adolescence, the wake of disappointments in college, the year I moved to another city and it didn’t work out. … Continue reading Notes on Loneliness
One year ago today, I went to the psych ward.
I’m back, and more unimpressive than ever!
We inherit the way we perceive our bodies. We chose to raise the next generation that way.
This is what it looks like to be mentally ill and high functioning.
I kinda hate Mondays, but I always want them to prove me wrong.
A brief guide on mental health as told by someone who isn’t a professional but sure has a lot of practice.
I’ve gained weight, and it’s complicated.
I thought I was done with the cool kids until I realized they were my friends.