Tag: learning from trauma

  • Believe

    Believe

    Today is already quite important. Loneliness is a big deal for me right now, which may seem incredible under current circumstances. After all, Lockdown is making people variously crave or be genuinely afraid of human contact. For me, however, the mental processes are different, and two incidents over the last 24 hours have finally allowed […]

  • Pick Up the Pieces

    Pick Up the Pieces

    Today, I realised that there is a huge gulf between what I am and what people think I am. pic.twitter.com/S08AjgjUyw — 🌼 Unexpected Pang of Regret 🌼 (@MoveablePress) April 8, 2020 Attention spans are absolutely not what they used to be. Thought processes seems to have lost some of their edge. Investigative journalism leaves a […]

  • Believe

    Believe

    Last night, something happened mentally that I am still processing, but which shed light on a whole bunch of stuff I’ve previously left well alone. The past does indeed remain where it lives, but occasionally what happened back then will give significant pause for thought. In this case, it was the action of trying to […]