Monthly Archives: May 2011

Therapist absence: emotional upheaval and general freakout-ed-ness


So, along with ridiculously annoying doctor/medical issues, my therapist has had a serious family emergency. Her grandson was diagnosed with a rare cancer and she will be out-of-town for at least 6 weeks, perhaps longer, during his treatments. Obviously, my concern … Continue reading

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Not posting much until maybe tomorrow


Just an update explaining that I’m not ignoring anyone. I have a lot of crap going on and I just don’t have the energy to do much of anything no matter how much I want to. Sorry.

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Frustrated Disappointment


Frustrated Disappointment by tai0316 on Polyvore.com  

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Looking for suggestions on what to do when you want to self-injure but you can’t leave the house to escape the desire


During my session this week, I told my therapist that I had vivid images of stabbing myself with a knife. I told her that I ended up only scratching myself and I was very unsatisfied that I hadn’t harmed myself more … Continue reading

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I Don’t Belong Here


I Don’t Belong Here by tai0316 on Polyvore.com

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Now I Can Fall To Pieces (the “go away” isn’t directed at anyone here, trust me…)


Now I Can Fall To Pieces by tai0316 on Polyvore.com

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Choosing Faces


Choosing Faces by tai0316 on Polyvore.com

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