on suicide

If you or anyone you know is struggling, help is available. Speak with a (free) counselor today. National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255   Writing this feels like I'm standing before an emotional fire squad, waiting to hear the first shot that will bring me to my knees and shove the air from my lungs. Waiting to … Continue reading on suicide

what I learned from my time in the psych ward

I want to open with a shoutout to my good pals that started a fundraising website for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. They're currently selling shirts and offering other ways to donate! I'll link them here, please check them out 🙂 This topic is tricky. I hope it sounds intriguing, because being hospitalized for … Continue reading what I learned from my time in the psych ward

empty: depression from its tighest grips *trigger warning: talk of suicide, self harm*

It makes me laugh that I originally titled this thatloudgirl. Maybe I was, when I had ideas and jokes and stories to draw people in, to make them interested in getting to know a mediocre-looking hick who got her laughs lazily. I don't feel very loud at all now. In fact, I don't feel anything … Continue reading empty: depression from its tighest grips *trigger warning: talk of suicide, self harm*