I’ve seen them, you’ve seen them, we’ve all seen them: those posts on your Facebook feed that tell you about all those “feelgood” moments in the world. That one time a permanent cripple in a wheelchair got up and walked down the aisle of their daughter’s wedding. Oh, or that Continue Reading
4:30am thoughts are often a river in nature. They flow, one thought to the next, all interconnected and all heading to the same destination. Some nights, the river is turbulent and chaotic and threatens to drown all that swim in it. Other times the water is crystal clear and the Continue Reading
You know, growing up, I was told that I could be anything. That I was smart and bright, had intelligence for days and that as long as I put my mind to it and worked hard, I could be anything I wanted to be. I don’t think that I was Continue Reading
The benefits system is a minefield of neurotypical horseshit specifically designed to be tedious, distressing and drawn out so that people won’t bother with it. I wouldn’t wish dealing with this system on my worst enemy, and yet here society is forcing the less able to contend with it.
The idea of an identity crisis isn’t often brought up outside of jokes or banter between folk, and in an ironic twist of fate… that is precisely part of the problem with the modern day crisis of identity a lot of younger adults face.