Taking a break from the intense! The other night I was on the phone with a friend. We both tend to tease each other, and it's all taken very lightly. However, as I was recounting my day, I mentioned that I tried to watch the film version of The Giver (my sister and I were… Continue reading You Haven’t Heard of This…???
Welcome to the final installment of my journey thus far. It's been awhile in coming, I know, but here it is. Around this time after graduating, my dad was beginning to interview for a job 600 miles away from where we were living. I began to prepare for my first quarter at a state college,… Continue reading life with my disorder (part 3)
Here we go, a continuation of the story of my disorder thus far. Thanks for being so patient. During my first hospitalization, I was put on a new mixture of medications. One of these medications made me very shaky and unsteady; I felt very weak. I ended up getting out of the hospital right before my 17th… Continue reading life with my disorder (part 2)
Here's something about myself: I tend to be an overachiever. Regardless of the situation, I will usually try to go above and beyond what is required. If extra credit is offered, you'd better believe I'm doing it. If I am put in a group project, I am likely to take the lead, or at least… Continue reading Feeling Behind
It is so easy for me to become defensive, even when it isn't directed toward me. I wonder time after time whether it's something that everyone goes through, or that my defensiveness is reaction unique to me to a perceived threat near me. Example A: an older student in my history class decided to call… Continue reading defensive much? (@me)
It's a good serious question for me; I'm not entirely sure. I know for each person, settling down may mean a different thing, so let me define what it means for me. Settling down means getting married, living in one area, and staying at the same job for years. It's something I thought I've wanted… Continue reading will i ever settle down?