My first ABC poem!

An anxious situationBack to biting my lips againCan’t stand the habit and, yet,Don’t know when I started itEventually, my lip starts to bleedFamily is still unhappyGotta fix the problem, now!He is busy and I need to hurryI have finally fixed the situation!Just thankful he’s happyKept me on my toes and, yet,Lip has finally stopped bleeding—

Old Anxiety vs New Anxiety

While watching an anime called No Matter How I Look At It, I couldn’t help but laugh at the main character. Her name is Tomoko and she has terrible social anxiety and wants to be able to talk to people but she also has such a horrible perspective on her classmates. She rarely realises howContinue reading “Old Anxiety vs New Anxiety”

Are we all just making it until we get to whatever we’re looking forward to?

Sometimes when I’m really stressed or upset, I like to think about something to look forward to. When I worked at McDonalds back in 2016, I used to imagine my drive back home and I’d get all excited and it helped get me through the day. I’ve done this so much that I gotta wonderContinue reading “Are we all just making it until we get to whatever we’re looking forward to?”

10 Fears I have developed since I started paying bills on this shitty 10+ year old trailer

1. There is no working lock on our door + the handles eventually stop working. 2. Holes have started littering the house, I keep finding new ones. 3. In the summer, rodents, snakes, insects, etc. could possibly make their way in! 4. Rats have started chewing on anything. Soon, they may find the wires… 5.Continue reading “10 Fears I have developed since I started paying bills on this shitty 10+ year old trailer”

1-16-20

So, can pills really change a person’s entire thought process? I know they can change your mood because I used to take anti-depressants (Lexapro and Escitalopram- which are pretty much the same thing). I would usually get to the point where I either felt one of two things: nothing or everything. The thing is, I’m desperate to shakeContinue reading “1-16-20”