Tag Archives: mother

Mayday, Mayday

I go home for lunch early, as we are meeting the solicitor later to sign contracts for the house. Unusually, my mum arrives home five minutes after I do and sits down at the kitchen table. Instinctively, I knew something was not right, and that she was going to say something that I was not […]

Strange happenings ~ and more valium *Triggering*

So saturday I had a pretty chilled out day, taking some pictures with the news lens that I have bought, having a good clearout (going to have to down-size before moving into the new house) and a good clearout always makes me feel better anyway. Saturday evening, Hogan was lame. I presumed maybe he had […]

Invalidating comments

After yesterdays conversations, and racking my brains as to invalidating experiences in my childhood, which may have contributed to my emotional issues now, but as usual, I had a mental block and couldn’t think of anything (sometimes I wonder if that’s my brains way of protecting myself). Anyway, I didn’t have to wait for long. […]

Making headway *triggering*

So, last night, I felt pretty awkward during my parents BBQ, so stayed in my room most of the time. I was still being overwhelmed by the urge to cut myself, and started chatting to one of my friends, Wendy, on facebook. She told me if it was that bad, I was welcome to stay […]

Spiralling out of control

Nobody heard him, the dead man, But still he lay moaning: I was much further out than you thought And not waving but drowning.   Poor chap, he always loved larking And now he’s dead It must have been too cold for him his heart gave way, They said.   Oh, no no no, it […]