Before you came into my life, I lived in a black and white movie with glaring plot holes, stunted characters and long aerial shots of barren fields. The second I saw you, colour burst into my life. My entire world was forever changed. The sun broke through the clouds at last, fireworks flew, rainbows shone…… Continue reading Dream
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul. I wonder what people see when they look into my eyes. Do they see the demons that have plagued me for as long as I can remember? The torture I experience at every waking moment? Do they see the disease running rampant through…… Continue reading What do you see in me?
Physical and mental exhaustion has lead me like a lamb to the slaughter back into the cold embrace of depression. My mind has locked itself into the pit of despair. It got bad guys! I stopped taking my medication because I physically couldn’t drag myself out of bed long enough to go and pick up my prescription.…… Continue reading Celebrate the small things!
For thousands of years, he alone had protected the holy text. Had given his life for it more than once, he had taken as many lives. Through each painful resurrection, every nightmare of the screams of his victims, he had been self-assured that he was doing the righteous thing, the needed thing, he was saving…… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday! Spread the word
My world has been rocked and not in a sex way. My one and only mother has left me to follow her dreams 200 miles away. Many people in larger countries may not think that is a huge deal but for us Brits, that’s a whole other planet. My childhood home has been cleaned, emptied…… Continue reading Sorry I left!
It had been love at first sight. Everything she had been dreaming of her whole life, well nearly. She’d watched her mum struggle, working three jobs, trying to raise her and her little sister. She’d done the best she could to help out but it never felt like enough. Grown up too fast, worn out…… Continue reading Flash Fiction! No Escape
“Relaxation-induced anxiety is a phenomenon that occurs when a person feels extremely uncomfortable, anxious, or agitated as a result of (actual or perceived) physical and/or psychological relaxation. The anxious response is considered to be an ironic and counterintuitive reaction due to the fact that for a majority of individuals, increased relaxation tends to reduce anxiety and increase psychological…… Continue reading Relaxation induced anxiety.