Love is one of the most beautiful things in existence. It can make you feel like a balloon so elated and floating away. It can also be that same balloon struck by a needle and exhaling its last bit of life as it swirls around the room eventually to wither and lay lifeless. Along with […]Read More Walking Her To Her Car For The Last Time
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
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.