Tag: support

One More Day.

Have you ever lost someone you love and wanted one more conversation, one more chance to make up for the time when you thought they would be here forever? If so, then you know you can go your whole life collecting days, and none will outweigh the one you wish you had back. – Mitch […]

Where are you now?

I’ve spent the last week feeling sick not only mentally but emotionally and physically. I am officially exhausted dealing with everything. On some level it makes me angry. Angry that someone who said that they cared about what was going on could simply walk away and dust their hands off just like that. That it […]

Radio Silence.

Recently, I’ve made mistakes and said some silly things. I’ve made some rash decisions and used some choice words. But just because I do that, I always have that bit of hope that things would be different. That when I said I didn’t want them there, that I was done, or that it was too […]

Sorry.

What do you do when someones words speak different from their actions? When they tell you they don’t care about you, your situation, or wanting to know what’s going on or having anything to do with you. But yet a few days later they want to know what’s going on and how things went. I […]

Roles and Responsibility, Where is the Line?

It’s been a pretty rough weekend, been feeling pretty sick, sore, stressed, and have had no energy to do anything. Finally today, I have some strength to focus on things and hopefully try to be productive for the busy week I have coming up. A few days ago a close friend sent me a link […]

Being Left To Pick Up the Pieces.

I thought things would be different this time. I thought I wouldn’t be put in a position where I didn’t have to deal with things alone again. That their promise to do differently this time around meant something. Why am I the one left to pick up the pieces and left to clean up things […]

Tips for International Students

For those of you planning to pursue your education goals away from home, congrats! It is a huge step to make and I know how daunting it can be to start off fresh in a new country. I am so grateful for the experience I had at King’s College London and I hope those starting […]

Life with Depression.

How many times in my life I have heard people say “but you’re always smiling” or “you’re just using it as an excuse to get out of doing something” or “everybody gets sad, so you need to get over it.”. ¬†Why would I want to live a life purposefully where I feel like crap for […]