Posts Tagged: Anxiety

Your Soundtrack for October 2017

The Sound of Silence This song is such a classic.  It deals with the reality that when everyone leaves, all you have left is silence to talk to. The most likable and recognizable part of this song is the simple melody that Paul Simon put with the lyrics. It’s simple, yet singable. According to Paul…read more

Thoughts from Irma

Hurricane Irma might have devastated Florida and surrounding islands. But, I couldn’t help but find beauty in the midst of the tempest. On Sunday, September 10th, I sat on our front porch and wrote ferociously, this blog post is the result of that writing fury. I was inspired by a blog post that Nicholas Michael…read more

Your Soundtrack For September 2017

Iridescent- Linkin Park Iridescent, this is a song that really resonates with me. ‘Do you feel cold and lost in desperation/You build up hope but failures all you’ve known/Remember all the sadness and frustration/And let it go, let it go.’ This chorus has been me this year. There is nothing like the feeling that you…read more

Healing Through Drawing

When I have a lot of bad days, one way I help my brain to go back to normal is through art. Drawing has been one of my passions since I was about 15. It’s kind of ironic, that it was about then that I started to notice that I would get nauseous when I…read more

The Face Behind the Words

Hi, I’m Heather! I want to introduce you to the person behind the keys. Yesterday, I posted about my anxiety and really opened up for the first time. I don’t know why but I’m worried that people will forget about the real person here and only remember that I have anxiety. In reality, there is…read more

Confessions of an Anxious Brain

Anxiety, Depression, Schizophrenia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Bipolar Disorder, Anorexia, Bulimia, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I’m 18, why are these relevant to me? Well, they are all mental illnesses. Why are mental illnesses relevant to me you ask? They are very close to me because I am almost positive that I have an…read more