Tag Archive: Anxiety

A poem on OCD

Looking at window display A black dress I can’t afford Walking down Regent Street Bodies bump into me People pass like cattle Frustration Shops blur in the melee Herded towards the curb My… Continue reading

DON’T PANIC DON’T PANIC DON’T PANIC

CAUTION THESIS WRITING IN PROGRESS

To be totally honest things are getting rather heavy at the moment. I am trying to hang on as there are only 2 weeks to go now so I’m just keeping my fingers… Continue reading

Suicide, damn dpression, and statistics

So as the title of the post would suggest, my mood has not picked up as yet and I am sitting in a pit of despair, otherwise known as by bedroom. I have… Continue reading

My depression: magically gone

Ok so the holidays are over. I successfully managed to avoid most of it: I did make Christmas dinner and bought a few presents but that’s about it. I don’t see why I… Continue reading

Ode to a nightingale

My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains     My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk, Or emptied some dull opiate to the drains     One minute past, and Lethe-wards had… Continue reading

Hallucinations and suicidal thoughts

I am still not feeling good at all. It honestly feels right now like I’m lost out at sea, floating through the days just trying to stay alive. I am plagued by thoughts… Continue reading

So who’s been visiting my Blog over the past couple of weeks?

As you can see, people with quite a mix of issues have been visiting the site recently with the most common problem being depression. Bipolar, eating disorders and anxiety disorders also scored highly.… Continue reading

Daydreaming and mood swings

Having an evening of quiet contemplation. Feeling a little uneasy about everything about myself. My mood is cycling between total focused lucidity and terrible deep depression with great speed and ferocity and is… Continue reading

Fear the future

While I am over the moon that I have made it this far I am absolutely petrified of the coming year. My PhD thesis is due at the end of March and there… Continue reading