Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Dreaded Doctor’s Appointment

I very nearly bottled out, but I managed to force myself to keep my doctors appointment this morning. I was dreading it. I have never been to the doctor about my depression before and I couldn’t help feeling like I … Continue reading

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Burning Bridges – Update

In case anyone is wondering what I decided to do regarding my marathon post yesterday; after sleeping on it, I decided the only thing I could do, was to break my radio silence (which was just making things worse by … Continue reading

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Burning Bridges – Confront or Walk Away?

This one is going to be long and in-depth – it is something that is causing me a great deal of distress at the moment and I simply don’t know what to do. I feel like a rabbit in the … Continue reading

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Doctor – admission of defeat?

I am really struggling to keep my head above the water at the moment – one day I’m ok, the next I’m slumping back into the darkness – my mood swings are usually much slower and broader – this bumpy … Continue reading

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Little Cup of Happiness

I wrote this song about a year ago – it sums up pretty well how I’m feeling today… Little Cup of Happiness. I’m in the middle of a meltdown I don’t know what to do It started just the other … Continue reading

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History of Me (part 2)

When I took my A-Levels, I unfortunately didn’t get the grades I needed to go away to the University I wanted (or indeed any university), I took English and Business Studies but for some strange reason I failed English (as … Continue reading

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The Negative – An Enormous Can of Worms

I received a message yesterday on Twitter from someone who asked “What do you actually think about yourself? How do you see yourself?” and I realised that this is a question that I have been skirting around and generally avoiding … Continue reading

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An Unrealistic View of Self

My journey into work consists of a very short walk to the station, a 25 minute train journey into central London and a 25 minute walk to the office (my only self-imposed exercise). On the train this morning I witnessed … Continue reading

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