Self-Doubt; Sit With Me.

Evil, sly, existence Living somewhere within Your sludge deep inside of me Navigating my path with your sins. So self righteous and destructive Such a nightmare to endure I start to create, then somehow, end up a pathetic pile on the floor. Release me from your grips Those claws imbedded in my brain Set me … Continue reading Self-Doubt; Sit With Me.

Life During Lockdown

Where were you when everything stopped? Where were you when the planes were grounded, shops and restaurants closed and life was put on hold? It’s been a strange few months. Probably the strangest the majority of us have ever experienced. Life, for so many, had to pause. Time stood still. Just for a few weeks … Continue reading Life During Lockdown

Invisible Illness

Tomorrow, I will be released from the psychiatric hospital. I’ve been here a month, facing down my demons and learning how to rebuild a life torn apart by a brain that doesn’t work quite as it should. My diagnosis is printed, stamped, and signed — the only benchmarks that matter in making something offiziell here in Germany. … Continue reading Invisible Illness

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Nicola humorously expresses the changes with old age, but how important it is to learn to accept yourself,

Recommended by a friend Podcast series

In 1978, British music group The Buggles wrote and recorded a superhit called 'Video Killed the Radio Star'. It was the single that MTV, with no small amount of smug irony, chose to launch its new channel in 1981. It's a song we all know and can sing along to, even today. Its lyrics mourn … Continue reading Recommended by a friend Podcast series

Eilis Scally

Eilis Scally looks deeper into the ink, revealing her true imaginative perspective, something we should all tap into from time to time, if we don't want to potentially miss what's right in front of our eyes. -Eilis Scally