Growing through grief

Some of us may remember learning the five stages of grief identified by the very honourable psychiatrist, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Grief extends beyond death and dying; there doesn’t have to be a physical death in order for something to feel dead to you. For example, I felt completely dead last week so there was no new…

The common denominator

While I was in the hospital post suicide attempt, I distinctly remember this brief interaction I had with my friend. I was given an hour to be on a “supervised outing” and somehow we began discussing religion and Gods, which left me a little defensive because I always had my reservations about organized religion. Nonetheless, the discussion continued…

A place called Hope

Warning: This is a translation of a fantasy of mine. Reminder: Not all madness is scary. Some madness is magic. Read for yourself and see. I haven’t visited this place called Hope before but it’s a destination I will move to soon. I shall be an expat there! That’s hopeful right? Seriously though, so much…