Let me begin by saying I am no man expert (man-pert, if you will). In fact, I'm not very good with men (despite having my first boyfriend in Grade 4 - we held hands). I'm terrible at the "game." Usually, my past boyfriends have started out from friendships. BUT what I do know is mental … Continue reading Dating in 2018 and Having a Mental Illness: 8 Tips & Tricks to Avoid Getting Hurt
It’s been one year, four months and thirteen days since he broke it off and I’m still reeling. Not on the bedroom floor crying (anymore) – thank God – just obsessively thinking about him and his new girlfriend/lady in his life (I’m not sure what she really is and I’m too scared to ask). To … Continue reading A Jilted Bride Update
I wrote a post last week about my latest dating adventure and I mention that a certain situation (the man not making sure I had a means to get home) has happened to me before. This is that first situation. We went to a movie that ended at about 8pm. And decided to walk to his … Continue reading Spoiled, Dating and Depressed
This has more to do with my breakup than my depression but I thought I'd throw it out there. Now I've only had two major breakups in my life and I can't help but notice how fast a man can change. To begin with, both men were naturally very kind and caring individuals so it … Continue reading How Fast a Man Can Change
The thing with Mental Illness is it's easy to latch on to things that make you feel better. I can see how alcoholism and depression go hand in hand. You're looking for a quick way out of the pain, something to help you endure. I've never had an addictive personality but now, being recently 'broken … Continue reading Men, Sex and Depression
In One Perfect Sentence. HA!
How clever and beautifully written. Out of all the nonsense on the Internet this is worth your five minutes.