I’m not the sentimental type

I think I used to be. Writing page long accounts of how much people mean to me and reminiscing over all the memories we'd shared used to be something which I could do with quite a bit of ease. But then it started to get harder. Those things felt like they should be said maybe … Continue reading I’m not the sentimental type

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You forgot my demolishion

You smile And you don't worry about how you look You don't worry about everyone remembering you at your worst When their eyes meet yours Because you never knew What that year did to me You never knew how you were witness to my demolition Instead you forgot And being forgotten is not the worst … Continue reading You forgot my demolishion

Intelligence…and what does this say?

I remember once, in one of my "well being" classes, our teacher gave us the task of coming up with our own definition for what we think intelligence is. We weren't allowed to use the internet but in the least amount of words possible we had to come up with our own answer. A few … Continue reading Intelligence…and what does this say?

My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

I think a while back I posted a speech I gave at a convention about learning disabilities, which actually got far more views than I expected. In fact, so many that I wanted to investigate why this was. So I took to google and with a quick google search I found the reason why. There … Continue reading My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

Intrusive (my story)

*self harm, depression triggers I used to be the kind of person who wanted, actually no scratch that, needed to know everything. I'm not really sure what triggered me to be like that I just know that it got to a point where I would use any means I could to figure out a secret. … Continue reading Intrusive (my story)