I was reading one of those listicles that tell short stories/anecdotes that are all related somehow by the topic. You know the ones I mean - to be honest I read way too many through my Facebook feed. Mostly just similar stories compiled from Reddit. (Unfortunately I searched in Google and couldn't find the exact… Continue reading The Day I Realized My Feelings Meant Nothing
I always thought of anxiety as panic attacks with heart palpitations, extreme feelings of fear or worry with a bit of hyperventilation mixed in. I think most people are under that impression. This is why I never considered myself to have anxiety. I have only had, from what I recall, one full blown panic attack… Continue reading I Often Grind My Teeth At Night
I've been sitting here for an hour, one sentence written - since deleted. I've had this vague sense of what I would write about, but it's hard to express the swirling thoughts about it in my head. I've had the passing thought about the topic for a few days, and then today I stumbled upon… Continue reading God, just move on already, Emma!
The thing is, for many years, I built up my walls and buried emotions deep down... I'd remain calm and like a duck out of water, I'd let a whole lot of stuff roll off my back. Eventually my suppressed emotions would bubble over until I breathed fire if and when certain people stepped over… Continue reading I’ve Caught The Feels
For weeks and weeks I've been hearing about the kid's movie "Inside Out" and how it teaches children how to deal with their feelings.. I kept hearing it was good and just never got around to watching it until last night. Lord. It is so much more than just "dealing with feelings." This movie accurately… Continue reading Inside Out
Have you ever had the urge to watch the world burn, as they say? To just throw caution to the wind and let the chips fall where they may? I had that urge yesterday. It may not seem like a big deal to you, but for me telling Dan anything about my feelings is like… Continue reading The world didn’t burn