Social Media and Me, and Me, and Me.

I am not the biggest fan of the depersonalization that I go through as a byproduct of my anxiety. I often feel like I’m watching my life play out in front of me as if I’m not an active participant in it. I can become so distinctly separate from my own life that the ideaContinue reading “Social Media and Me, and Me, and Me.”

A Brief Poem To Encapsulate The Chaos of Quarantine

Feet are cold  Brain is numb  Convinced I’m worse  Than everyone  I think I need to go for a walk. Overwhelmed  By everything  Mental health  Held by a string  Mom said if I want we can talk. I need fresh air  This room is stale  The chips are stale  This rhyme is stale  Dog hasContinue reading “A Brief Poem To Encapsulate The Chaos of Quarantine”

It’s Okay To Be Shy

I don’t think that shyness is as simple as just not saying a lot of things, but rather, I think that it’s a correlation of the fluctuation of one’s ability to say the things that they actually want to say. I know it’s confusing, but give it some time. Maybe shyness is more accurately associatedContinue reading “It’s Okay To Be Shy”

Things That I am Convinced of

People who eat pizza crusts only do it so that there is no evidence of how much pizza they have actually consumed.  Students talk about homework the same way I talk about dieting, they will literally do anything except put in the minimum amount of time and effort.  This world doesn’t need a small amountContinue reading “Things That I am Convinced of”