Things I Learnt From my Ongoing War with PTSD, et al.

I decided to publish this early, making this weekend 2 posts this week! Take it as a comeback gift to all of you readers who have stayed with me. I truly appreciate your readership, even though usually there are few commenters. Also because World Mental Health Day was just three days ago, this sort of…

Burnout

Been feeling the need to go AWOL on all my socials these days on a conscious level. I have no idea why I feel the sudden want to do so, having always been active on platforms for years. Perhaps all that I’ve had to face changed the face of it all and my perspective, and…

And.. You’re Blocked.

Hello everyone! Thanks for not unfollowing me in my two months of inactivity. This is not one of those posts I’ve been planning for a long time, but one I just came up with because I wanted to interact somehow with alL of you again. As anyone who has mental health issues would know, one’s…

Virtual AWOL

I’m currently doing my dissertation. Like many of my peers I so wished our program was two years instead of a one year+ thing, so that we have the opportunity to be exposed to things like overseas trips. Maybe to the main Northumbria university in the UK? As it is we win some we lose…

Eye of the Storm

I’ve heard this saying somewhere that the eye of a storm is the calmest spot. That aptly describes me whenever it’s deadlines looming time. Come Sunday I’ll only have 1 week left to do one of my essays before having just 1 week to do my other. I’ve been panicked all week last week and…

Pre- Yearly Church Weekend Conference

#RevivalIsNow18. Obviously from the hashtag, one can deduce the church I’m connected to is a young church with a majority not over 40 or so. Hashtags are getting old to me, but it is definitely not going away anytime soon,  with how the younger generation is growing up with it rather than picking it up….

The Science Behind Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD — ScienceSwitch

We all experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Some of us can escape with no enduring effects. But for many, the experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. This phenomenon is known as post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. via The Science Behind Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or…

Musings from a historic submit and about anti-vaxxing

Just a on-the-fly update to prove I am not dead. Kidding, a dark joke. I am on the run to finish one of my essays so that I can devote the rest of my week to my other, more difficult,public relations essay. Studying PR is not easy really. I’ve heard word from my program manager…