I feel compelled to write a post focusing around the title of this post and similar posts before. Firstly, the title itself is an attempt at irony and or humour. I am not a believer that a person should limit themselves to anything or blame their mental health problems on their place in the world. … Continue reading OCD, Anxiety, Depression, and other reasons I am not an Astronaut: Part 5
"When your mind is in a dark place, it is difficult not to think in shadows" Charlie Hasler.
I have set up a board on Pinterest. If anyone is on Pinterest and would like to give me a follow, see link below (took me a while to work out how to convert a word doc into an image). https://www.pinterest.co.uk/charliesaysblog/words-from-an-unlikely-poet/
In no particular order: I am venting I hated school. Teachers were useless. I mean really useless. I still have a slight chip on my shoulder about teachers, even now. Which is silly I know but it is something I cant get passed. My fiancé has recently become friends with one through her gym and … Continue reading OCD, Anxiety, Depression, and other reasons I am not an Astronaut: Part 4
I have watched this many times, if you need a goose bumps moment this should do it. More poignant now than ever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8HdOHrc3OQ&t=26s Sourced from YouTube channel – LinkTheCoward
In no particular order: I remember at a young age my need for routine was ingrained, part of my fibre and core. My Mum tells me she recalls an incident at pre school where my classroom had been moved to a different part of the school and I completely flipped. In a way I am … Continue reading OCD, Anxiety, Depression, and other reasons I am not an Astronaut: Part III
I cant remember where I heard this but it is very true. "if you cant laugh at yourself then you are missing the greatest joke of all"
Left and right sides are both wrong, the truth tends to be found in the middle.