The hardest thing about loving someone with PTSD is the unpredictability, you will literally be tested in ways you never thought possible. one minute, you’re having a normal conversation, the next, you’re trying to put together a puzzle in the dark.
It’s hell loving you, but I’ve gone through hell for less. Read more “COMPULSION. Mental Health – “PTSD” by Joseph Vasquez”
I knew that I wanted to be a writer for many years, but I didn’t know how to do it. I built a mountain, I let doubt, fear, and other things keep me from pursuing my dream, now that I decided to go all in, it has been the best experience of my life. I keep a notepad just about everywhere I go. I wake up, remembering that I wrote something down the night before, and when I regroup, I continue with the thought.
Read more ““Take a break” by Joseph Vasquez”
Obsessions are the thick sticky warm petrol of our mind. What makes our thoughts stick together. That pleases our sanity, increasing the feeling that we control what we think. What we do. What we destroy. Oh… dear.
Please tell my sister to gather off my things, I feel exhausted. I won’t ask you for rest… do you have some water? My lips are so dry… I barely feel my tongue, it’s difficult to talk. Read more ““Don’t forget about me” by Mar G.-A.”
It seems like for the past few years my life has been like a stereotypical country music song; so much of my time and money has gone to my truck and my dogs (I don’t have anything against pure country, it’s one of the most sincere forms of music) My dogs are family, so I would do anything for them, and my truck is almost 13 years old, so there’s obviously going to be issues.
Read more ““The stereotypical country music song” by Joseph Vasquez”