To preface this, I’d like to note that I’ve been working on this for quite some time and honestly I wasn’t sure if I was ever going to share this with others on any social medium. I suppose I really wrote this more for myself and every day since I began writing it I would […]Read More A World of Isolation and Our Search for Connection
Sometimes in life it feels like you’re standing in the middle of a storm. Surrounded on all sides by large dark clouds. Life can really turn into quite the shit-show at times, especially if we let the storm grow until the point of breaking. It’s like the metaphor of the snowball rolling down the hill, […]Read More Dark Clouds
I’ve been speaking with a woman through private messaging on my facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/APartiallyBrokenMind/) for a little while now, her name is Amy Maglitto. From what she has told me she has had a very traumatic past and also lived with multiple mental health disorders as well several physical disorders, undiagnosed for most of her life. […]Read More “Journaling Your Way to Self Reclamtion” – A Guest post by Amy Maglitto
Driving down these old re-paved roads, tapered with potholes and scrapes from re-paving, along with the abundant burn out marks, I can’t help but remember how much I hate this town; these road aren’t the same as I remember, but they are the same in my mind. Dirty, filthy roads. rampant with my own personal […]Read More Returning Home
The last time I was here I had somebody very special with me. A love of my life; somebody to share the warmth of my bed. Somebody I intended to marry. This time it is only me (and my dog); Peaches Mughee, little bit of rhyme action there for you good folks. It’s lonely. I […]Read More Happy Father’s Day
First and foremost, thank you to all of you that follow my blog. I just recently started this website a little over a month ago and still have a rather meager following; But I appreciate each and every one of you; Along with that, I truly wish you all the best. Prior to starting my […]Read More Blogging and How It Has Benefited My Path to Self Reclamation
A brief history of my life as an addict, lost love, and my path towards sobriety. This is by far the most personal post I’ve ever made on my blog. If you’re interested about the life and evolution of an addict all the while struggling with depression and anxiety, please click the link below and […]Read More LIKE COGS IN THE WHEEL OF LIFE, SOME OF US JUST DON’T FIT QUITE AS WELL.
Let me begin by letting you know what my favorite word is. Technically it isn’t a word yet, as it isn’t recognized in any dictionary. Regardless, it’s definition is one of the most meaningful realizations in life, at least in my personal opinion. Sonder – n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life […]Read More Let’s Take a Walk Through Life
Since beginning this process, my journaling and introspection has been the greatest key to my progress. Counseling has helped, so have medication changes, but truly trying to understand myself has been the key to overcoming the addictions that have controlled my life; You have to learn to be completely honest with yourself, and it doesn’t […]Read More Self reflection; The addicts greatest enemy and only salvation.
Most all of us have the desire to change the world but that evolution begins from within. via How To Change the World: Or atleast maybe your ownRead More Change your perspective, change your life.