Tag Archives: Depression

Can I Tell You A Secret?

Last year, I went through a thing. We’ll call it a ‘thing’ because it has no real definition. It wasn’t a singular event. It really is just a ‘thing’ because it kinda just happened. In my mind, anyway. I wonder … Continue reading

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Keep going. Keep moving. Keep living.

I think sometimes the biggest achievement can be something so simple; to keep going. Keep stepping forward. Yes, allow yourself to take some breaks but don’t ever stop. Even if you only moved forward just an inch, or a centimetre, you … Continue reading

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Why Are You Always So Nice?

  In school, the two most common questions people would ask me were: Why are you always so quiet? Why are you always so nice? The ‘quiet’ question took me years to find an answer to. It took me a … Continue reading

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The Story of the Falling Optimist

“I think one must always be in love. To be in love with a person is of course ideal, but you can be in love with a flower, a tree, an idea. Just waking up in the morning, you know. … Continue reading

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Sometimes We Need Someone…

“Sometimes we need someone to accept and love us first. Then we would learn to see ourselves through that person’s eyes and learn to love ourselves.” – Yuki Sohma, Fruits Basket * It’s a common thing to hear ‘If you … Continue reading

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