We live in a world where we are constantly waiting.
This week on Feel Good Friday we have some kids drawings that are being turned into a reality.
Have you ever been in a crowded room and felt overwhelmingly alone?
Have you ever felt like begging someone to be there for you, listen to you, but fear being a burden on their seemingly happy life?
Do you feel like it's just a fairy tale to one day become truly happy?
There is a daily feeling of emptiness, shame, and being Worthless.
Roughly two years ago, I wrote a personal essay about mental illness. I subsequently shared it on social media, shamelessly embodying my generation.
This week on Feel Good Friday we have a professor who tries to bring some light hearted fun to a math lecture.
I wanna resurrect this subject but never did it die
Best respect and love it this I’ll explain and try
Too tame is lame I’m ah lion that stays free
A cranium without shame in a jungle of beliefs
Humble but some retreat this disease leaves us pure
Meds are a need, prescriptions to help cure
Like scriptures with Egyptians writing hieroglyphics
Our mission this instant is to explain how we lived it
A plan to get yet none truly know
Psychosis gives hope because some have seen a ghost
When I saw first Terry, a Cairn terrier, I was nine years old and thought to myself, "I love you and want you to be happy forever." We did everything together, from taking walks to Terry begging me to play with her while I was going through mountains of homework. However, I never expected to be using past tense when talking about a dog who was seven last year.
My personal problem was trying to figure out if forgiveness for myself and my friends was an option after my friends and I failed to save my dog when a Newfoundland attacked her when we were trick-or-treating my junior year.