A lot of writer's experience "Writer's Block". The inability to come up with ideas or struggle with writing. This is my experience with it.
Growing up I imagined interviewing so many people, but there is one person I would have relished the opportunity to interview.
A question most would find hard to answer. The work it takes to really know who you are is immeasurable. I do think there are certain qualities that remain concrete throughout this journey.
Imagine: a picture where a man is on the beach, walking away from an intense storm brewing in the background. You may think the calm is him, but little do you know: you are already in the storm.
There are so many things people can use to hide their insecurities, or to cover themselves up. Mine was a red jacket.
When I drive past certain stores, parking lots, or parks I get déjà vu. I miss people who are no longer in my life. Some people think that is not normal, I think it is human.
My first, genuine attempt to write a poem. Sometimes, I don't know what to say. My therapist asked me if this was an homage or a letter to someone I used to know... It is both.
I have not seen many people talk openly about how cheating or being the 'other person' has affected them, emotionally and mentally. Here's my experience with it.
It has been a year since my childhood dog, Tizzy, passed away. While grieving and mourning suck, they pave the way for healthy reflection.
Over the course of 2020, I think we all have become very familiar with being lonely as we had to quarantine. I have been feeling especially lonely lately.