“i read stephen king’s “the stand” last weekend and it was fantastic. i enjoyed reading it immensely. i’m sure there are critics who disliked the book, and people who won’t hesitate to point out the flaws, and i will admit that at times his level of description is over the top, but at the end of the day the book did what a novel is supposed to do. it entertained me. it pulled me into the story and let me live in a different world for a while.” Continue reading reading for the sheer pleasure of it
“i have the ‘flu. okay, it’s not the ‘flu it’s a cold, but it’s a bad one. well, not bad, but i’m definitely miserable. my nose is running like a tap, i have the fuzzy brain that comes from congestion, i’m ache-y and cough-y, and yesterday i’m pretty sure i set a world record for sneezing.” Continue reading when not to make big plans
“most of the time, “constancy” is seen as a good thing. a dependable anxiety disorder, however, is not really anyone’s dream.” Continue reading constancy is not cool when talking about anxiety
““i can’t do it.” how often do people use that phrase? i’ve used it myself frequently. it was my go-to response when i thought about stopping my harmful behaviours. “i can’t do it. i can’t stop. it’s out of my control. i want to but i just can’t”.
“can’t” is an interesting word. often, our use of it isn’t technically accurate.” Continue reading “i can’t” means something else entirely