About

“I was so scared to give up depression, fearing that somehow the worst part of me was actually all of me. ” Elizabeth Wurtzel (Prozac Nation)

In a nutshell:
I’ve been struggling with depression, anxiety, perceptual disorders and other psychosomatic illnesses since I was 11 but I hadn’t actually been diagnosed until August 2009, when I was suffering from a severe mental breakdown and had to be admitted to a mental institution, where I spent 3 months in order to regain some mental stability.
I dropped out of school because of my inability to attend classes and had to stay at home for two years before I was finally considered stable enough to be “out there” again.
In September 2011 I started my educational training in order to become a registered dietitian…which I also didn’t complete because of another burn-out. I will be starting to attend nursing school in September 2014 and I really hope that this will give me another chance to live a happy life, that’s not controlled by illness and depression.

So, follow me as I try to put the scattered parts of my life back together, always walking the fine line between being sane and constantly impending insanity.

Welcome to my blog!

NOTE: MY OLD BLOG WAS “SEMICRAZED”….SO IF YOU ALREADY KNOW ME “WELCOME BACK!”, AND TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVEN’T READ ANY OF MY STUFF YET “IT’S NICE MEETING YOU!”.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello! *waves* You seem very interesting. I, too, have been in a mental institute but… I’ve never been diagnosed with anything real except for “adaptation difficulties” or “youth developmental difficulties”, i.e I have been diagnosed with fake, full-of-crap labels. Cool, eh? I guess there’s nothing that connects hallucinations, depressive symptoms and self-harm except TRAUMA.

    Anyway. Enough about my babbling. Nice meeting you ^__^
    Your blog seems very nice. You mentioned your old blog. Did you change to WordPress from Blogger or something?

    • hello to you too^^
      oh…I know this “youth developmental difficulties” blather well enough -.- That’s what doctors had been telling me for nearly a decade before I was diagnosed properly. Todays two-tier medical system downright sucks. ö_Ö

      Anyways….thank you^^ I’m glad you like my blog.
      And yes, I had to change from blogger to wordpress because Google just decided (for whatever reason) to kick me out-.- I couldn’t comment, let alone post anything on my old blog anymore….so it’s wordpress now^^

      xoxo

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