Everyone is aware of unhealthy relationships, but we don’t talk enough about unhealthy friendships – which is definitely a thing, by the way. Unhealthy friendships are much more common than unhealthy relationships for the mere reason that you can have multiple friendships at a given time, but it’s morally wrong to have multiple relationships at… Continue reading Unhealthy Friendships
Yesterday was the first day, that I didn’t dread getting out of bed. The first day, that I only had positive thoughts. The first day, that I felt physically and mentally strong. The first day, that I felt normal. I have not had a day like yesterday, in what feels like forever. I was starting to… Continue reading Feeling Whole
Being in your early, even mid-20s, is a roller coaster of emotions. You’re unsure of what it is exactly you want to do for the remainder of your life. You’re unsure of where you want to end up, or who you want to end up with. You really have no idea what’s going on. There… Continue reading If you’re a 20-something and stuck in a rut, read this.
I sit here in my cold, lonely bed wondering what I could have done differently to make you stay. Maybe if I acted more clingy, you’d feel more wanted. Maybe if I freaked out over your confessions, you’d get drawn to my psychotic outbreak. Maybe if I was more free with you, you’d be more… Continue reading Realization
1. “you treat them like they have a heart like yours but not everyone can be as soft and as tender you don’t see the person they are you see the person they have the potential to be you give and give till they pull everything out of you and leave you empty” 2. “He… Continue reading 19 Most Relatable Quotes from Milk & Honey
She’s used to people coming in and out of her life, like the newest fashion trend. She’s used to being left behind in the blink of an eye. She’s used to never being good enough. She tries to see the best in people. She tries to leave her past heartbreaks exactly where they belong, in… Continue reading Why it’s hard for her to open up
“They feel that way because they’re weak.” A comment I hear far too often. A comment which I wish to never hear again. If you have never felt low, I don’t believe you. If you have never felt like you’ve hit rock bottom, I don’t believe you. We all know the feeling of self-doubt. We… Continue reading Understanding Mental Illness