Sometimes, It’s Those Quiet Ones…

All right, so I’ve sort of been back and forth with the idea that I might be bipolar, but then I’ll just sum my varying moods (Which cycle from very low/depressed/reflective to very euphoric/creative) up to being an INFP. I took a bipolar self screening test today and I scored quite high on the likelihood that […]

Introversion and Smarts Often Get You Confused With Being Mature,

But then people wonder why you all of a sudden start laughing about poop. Or they wonder why you’ll literally run away from an annoying crowd rather than follow social norms and say your polite farewells. Or they wonder why you’ll randomly move to another city without prior notice. Or they wonder why you can’t […]

let me go

I savoured the sound of your heart beat against my ear as I lay my head on your chest. Finally together, drunk, but holding one another. I knew it may not last, deep down, so that is why I paid  special attention to your touch, and kissed your cheek. But you hurt me. If I […]

The Mild/Moderate Depression Aftermath

Something I’ve also learned since going through (And overcoming) severe depression is that sometimes we don’t notice that we are still depressed, simply because we feel so much better than we did before. While a more mild form of depression is not normally dangerous, it can turn into something worse (Thus, something more dangerous) if […]

What I Learned After Beating Suicide

I dislike articles that generalize everyone else with the reader’s own experience, so I will write what I have personally experienced after battling severe depression on a few different occasions. 1) Those Feelings Didn’t Just “Go Away” It takes a lot of fighting and a hell of a lot of work to get to a […]