Monthly Archives: May 2011

Just A Schoolboy Crush (Can Scar For Life)

It’s been nearly 3 weeks on the Prozac and I’m feeling pretty disappointed. Perhaps I have been expecting too much, but nothing has really changed. When I saw the doctor last Thursday, he was a little surprised that I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Doctor vs Therapist

I had my 3rd appointment with my GP yesterday morning. It was the two week checkup to see how I was getting on with the Flouxetine. I mentioned I was experiencing the usual array of side-effects but that there had … Continue reading

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Religion vs Homosexuality – update

After reading my response in the cold, sober  light of the following day, I have to confess to being horrified at the level of aggression in my reply. I sounded a bit like a angry ranting mad man – not … Continue reading

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Religion vs Homosexuality – A Conversation

I hadn’t intended to get into a religious discussion at any point during this blog – certainly not in relation to my sexuality – I even made a statement about religion in my 2nd post. However, I ended up asking … Continue reading

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Out Of The Closet Into The Fire

Well here goes – the big one. The issue I am sure is at the heart of most of my problems. I’ve been putting this one off since I started this blog a couple of months ago, but I know … Continue reading

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A Brighter Day

Jesus that was a really bad one. This week has been absolutely terrible – I haven’t sunk that low for a very long time. I’m feeling much better today – the black thoughts have lifted somewhat and everything just seems … Continue reading

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Spiraling Out Of Control

I feel dreadful. I feel like I have hit the bottom and now I’m digging. I thought that the relief of seeing the doctor last Thursday would have perked me up a bit – made me feel things were moving … Continue reading

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