• TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE
    Anxiety,  Lifestyle

    Take Charge Of Your Life

    A Course in William Glasser’s Choice Theory Anxiety plagues me constantly. It follows me around no matter how much I try to shake it off or ignore that sick feeling that creeps into my stomach and takes over my head and makes me dizzy – E.V.E.R.Y.D.A.Y. Depression however, for me personally whilst considerably depleting, is mainly situational. When I feel depressed, it is often due to something that has happened, or something that I feel I cannot change or take control of. Thus, I was very interested when I heard that the William Glasser Institute Ireland was holding a course in Dublin entitled ‘Take Charge Of Your Life’, based on…

  • The Lies Your Anxiety Will Tell You
    Anxiety

    The Lies Your Anxiety Will Tell You 🙉

    Depression and anxiety lie. They tell you that it isn’t possible. They tell you that you can’t do it. They tell you that you will never get better. They tell you that you will always be on the outside looking in at everyone else’s fun. Lies. Lies. Lies. It’s only recently however, that I’ve realised just how much these conditions lie to you and tell you what you can and can’t do. I’ve been seeing a therapist privately due to my own anxiety and depression, which I’ve suffered with for 12 years, having suddenly flared up to the point where I am incapacitated. I’ve never experienced anything like it. But,…

  • Invisible A Short Poem
    Anxiety

    Invisible – A Short Poem ✍️

    Invisible – A Short Poem The mornings loom, Only the night brings calm. I wait for you, As you live your life. Filled with gloom, The days roll forward. You did not notice, My trouble and strife. Crying dry tears, The light has long gone, I’m still waiting for you to see. No worries, No fears. You see, it’s my fault I’m wrong. It’s easy for you see, You’re free. Internalising you, Blind to pain in my eyes. Yet I carry you, Through the darkest of times. Disregarding me, You ignore silent cries. No love, No comfort, You choose to ignore all the signs. I’ve been through the mill at…