Tag: anxiety

Balancing Mind

Vivid dreams, covered by nightmares. Prison of one’s mind, wrapping thoughts of uncertainty. Masking emotions with perplexing chemicals, leaving the shaky ground. Unstable life, uncovered, revealing realities hold. The time met with a frozen, wandering mind. What can be said or thought of in these moments? What can be done to truly escape? Awareness to

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Stop and Breathe

Just stop!!! Take a deep breath….exhale. You’re ok….everything will be ok… Feel better? No? Well, just know that’s it ok to not feel better. The truth is that there will be many times where things don’t go your way. 28 years. This is the amounted time I’ve been on this beautiful, marble-like planet. In this

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What Now?

Where do we go from here? Your mind remains restless upon years of emotions and thoughts you believe you will not escape from. Time seems to be at a standstill and you remain glued to the notion that it will not get better. Jump 2 days into the future, a year, a decade, now what?

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Breathe.

Spending hours passing times endless counts drawn in by anxious minds racing to meet the end. Breathe. Catch the warm air filling lungs as it hooks you to life’s intoxication where we begin to rise by day and rest in nights embrace. Breathe. Let the emotions of thoughts touch you as the wind brushing against

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Feeling the Gravity

We feel it everyday, the gravity. Now I’m not necessarily talking about the gravity we experience of the world but the gravity or weight of “life”, the world, on our minds and shoulders. We all experience it. Take it from someone who faces it daily with depression and anxiety. It isn’t easy and let’s be

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