Life on a Rockin’ Boat

I don’t have a medical degree, but over the course of frequent hospital visits these two years I’ve come to realise I have a high probability of being right when it comes to my own body- a whopping 50%. My doctors from ENT have narrowed down my possible diagnoses to either vestibular migraines or Meniere’s…

Ridiculousness.

Al the events in my life that I’m experiencing now, joblessness, stuck in the rut with nothing much to do and literally waiting things out, numerous health issues, last but not least my current hearing impairment are the nasty consequences of a culmination of events which occurred in my teenagehood. I have finally come to…

It’s a Matter of How the Tide Will Turn, As Well As How.

Writing-wise, if I seriously wanted to get back into my groove of updating on a semi-regular basis, it may do me good to go back to what I do best-known personal posts about my own observations and mental health, although I do think there has been an over-saturation of this topic on my blog lately….

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…

Parental Criticism and Resilience

If these five months taught me anything, its.. 1) It’s good to lie about your mental health, to people whom you have to be at your mental best and no more worse off to interact with. 2) Live smart, learn well. This is a people-centric thing. It helps in discerning who are the right people…

This hospital’s infrastructure has a lot to be bucked up on.

I meant to post this early this week but the usual rhythm of life is picking up for me again now that I’ve found a new medication (mirtazapine) that works for me and already paid my dues in adjusting to it. A few days ago I bought four books off Amazon, which I’m currently looking…