I write about mental health issues, about working on recovery, and about philosophical questions that interest me. Occasionally, there is bad poetry though as I get older, I notice I’m poetic less often. Apparently, that’s a thing. Like mathematics, the best poetry work apparently shows up in your early adult years.
I’m trying to learn to live with my neuroses, trying to learn to peacefully co-exist.
I like to write. It’s something I’ve always done. It makes me feel lighter; it helps to unburden yourself, even if the recipient is only a blank page. Plus, writing helps me think, learn, and come to interesting (to me) conclusions.
Having a blog and thus a commitment to post is a also good thing. It helps me to stay in the now, it keeps me accountable, and it produces a tangible result I can point to and say “see, this is mine. I did this.” I currently post three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday).
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