Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2013«

Frank Ocean, conquests, sausages and high times

January 31, 2013


I’ve got a blog crush. I’m engrossed with Not So Sex And The City’s blog, and it has been pulling me through some pretty shady times recently. I originally started my blog in November last year, to share the truth of my experiences of depression, and to comfort myself as well and show other’s that they’re […]

It’s no wonder straight women become gay

January 30, 2013


Letting go of what your heart wants because its the wise and sensible thing to do makes me feel strong but reflective. Why do I love this person who can’t have a relationship with me? Its truly, the most frustrating emotion a person could ever experience. Some people aren’t put on this planet to love […]

And so my heart breaks….

January 28, 2013


“To love means to open ourselves to the negative as well as the positive – to grief, sorrow, and disappointment as well as to joy, fulfillment, and an intensity of consciousness we did not know was possible before.” — Rollo May Last night, after much confusion and frustration and concern over my giving THE GREAT […]

Who am I?

January 25, 2013


On the surface, i’m a seemingly happy go lucky, charismatic, sparky individual who engages with people, I make them feel good about themselves, I do kind things for both people I know and strangers, and I come across as confidant and smart and probably like a pretty sorted individual. Scratch beneath that surface, like most […]

12 Reasons to be Cheerful #1: Appreciate Your Lot

January 22, 2013


1. I’ll start with a bit of vanity. I am 33, but still have my youthful looks. 2. I own my own flat in central London (well zone 2. But i’m close to the river). 3. I have a really good job with a great company and good people who are genuinely happy to be […]

We’re on different threads, you and me…

January 22, 2013


If the paths we pass down were a thread in a mahoosive tapestry, and from time to time we found ourselves sailing along the same thread with someone, you could argue that it is in that moment that whatever it is we might be thinking, feeling or doing on that thread, is shared by the […]

The Kindness of Strangers

January 21, 2013


This photo is from the 2006 film, Beauty in Trouble. Set between the devastation of a flood and the safety of a private swimming pool, “Beauty in Trouble” uses the changing moods of water as both metaphor and frame for the infinite adaptability of human emotions. I’ve not even seen it, but I want to now. When I […]