Life has never been easy, not for me or you. We all have our personal struggles and vices, this is why sonder is such an important aspect to always remember. We don’t know what people are going through, and neither do they know what you are struggling with. We all get frustrated, angry at times, […]Read More Moving Forward
For the longest time I lived my life stuck in my own head. My thoughts swirling around, zipping through my synapses; but they never left the place of their origin. I was so introverted that I let so many opportunities pass me by. So much life that I could have experienced, but didn’t because I […]Read More Take a Seat and Enjoy the Ride
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
We as humans are so cognitively predisposed to view time as a tangible thing, whether in the present or our pasts. We all too often grip so strongly to the past as if it actually physically exists, all the while letting so much of the present slip by us unseen and unnoticed. But time and […]Read More And So Life Goes On
It’s funny how so many of us as adolescents, full of wonder and creativity jump face first into the world; full of dreams, goals and the greatest of intentions. Not really knowing what to expect but eager to experience the unknown. Like being terrified as a child to jump off the bridge into the creek […]Read More Like cogs in the wheel of life, some of us just don’t fit quite as well; A brief history of my life as an addict, lost love, and my path towards sobriety.
It’s never too late; if you ask them they’ll most likely tell you, “It’s never too late”. In some aspects I suppose they’re right. I have the choice to make changes now that will impact my life for the better; such as living a healthier lifestyle now in order to set myself up for having […]Read More They say it’s never too late
I’m currently several months along in the process of tapering off a rather high tolerance benzo addiction. Tomorrow, I intend to step down to 7.5mgs of Diclazepam a day. During this time, I’ve been completely clean of everything but Diclazepam and Diazepam. Neither of these get me high in any way and I have […]Read More Addiction and Self Reflection
A little bit of back story for you good folks. I’ve been an addict for about 8 years now, I’ve used a wide range of drugs but my only true addiction was to opiates and my fallback; alcohol. I am finally realizing that my propensity for using these substances was due to my underlying […]Read More The struggle of a propensity towards addiction and an accidental addiction to Benzo’s; trying to get my life together