95. It Gets Worse.

Tonight, I realize one true thing; I am surviving on a broken wing. It's like swimming with a tank full of sharks, not ashamed that only I see the marks. It's like someone throwing many darts, went around them, and straight to my heart. One side of me says, "It's your fault," while the other …

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92. [kree-ey-ter]

This is just another post where I rant about specific topic from the beginning until the end of this post, so if you don't want to read it, it's okay I understand. I was bored the other day, literally didn't do anything for the whole day, so I spent my time reading my old posts …

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Others: 2016 U.S. Election

"Today is a sad day. Hate has trumped love. (No pun intended) America is in the hands of a racist, bigoted, sexist and predatory man with facist tendencies. Those of us who hold love over hate, who welcome rather than discriminate, who prioritise our environment over economic gain, won't let this put us off. If …

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86. Chatime: Anxiety

Most people don’t really understand what you’re going through. Anxiety isn’t something that can be turned on or off or be consciously controlled. To help you get a better sense of what exactly this state of mind does to a person and please its totally normal to be anxious stop stigmatizing people for their anxiety …

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85. Who Tells Your Story?

Last Sunday, I went to the funeral of one of my neighbor's mother who had passed away on Saturday. I was too lazy to go, but my mum begged me to accompany her so I went along. I could say no, but my heart said, 'Go, you will learn a new thing there.' There were …

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84. Coming Out: One Month Later

If you don't know , on September 23rd, I made one of the most important decisions I think I've ever made in my life: I came out to all of you as bisexual from this platform. You can read it here. A month after (which is exactly today), I'm going to tell you what life …

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81. Coming Out.

I stay here out of fear Fear of judgement, fear of ridicule But most of all, fear of abandonment. I’m afraid that if I come out of this lonely little closet What waits beyond will be a much greater peril Or perhaps it will be the release I’ve been looking for So I’ll take a …

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