This is the third part of a three-part series about a Woman's experience with a Religious Cult.Stephanie lived at the cult since she was 11. She is now 18 and has escaped. She has freedom but can she cope with freedom? Will her mind always be a hostage and the victim of the cult? Can she survive in the big world?
I am back with some new poetry!
This collection does contain a bonus poem at the end, which I wrote for someone I volunteer with who recently got married. I still aim to have my poetry short, sweet but get to the point and all feedback is appreciated. Thanks for stopping by.
This is a talk with a family that like so many others, have been on lockdown.Oliver, the 12-year-old son has isolated himself and cannot be with other people, because of fear and anxietyCorona has many victims, that have suffered mentally.
This is part of the "Shout" series, which hopes to bring awareness to the problems children have in their lives.
Two people sat alone. "You're going to die," one of them whispered.
"I'm going to die," the other repeated.
They turned to look at each other. "Is this goodbye then?"
Where two young adults, Claire and Miguel, face the challenges of love and cancer. However, one of them can't accept what's wrong.
The real-life tale of me after being diagnosed with autism in March 2019.
Since my diagnosis, it's always been my goal to share my experiences and thoughts with others around the world. It's not only informative and educational, but it's also a good creative outlet for me when it comes to letting go of my mind. Autism shouldn't be silenced. If you have your own experiences to share or any other questions, don't hesitate to DM me or drop a comment on any of the chapters. Thanks for reading!
Chapter five onwards was written during April Camp Nanowrimo 2020!
'Crush' just a simple word but what happens when Greenery Smith is pushed over the edge of sanity finding herself standing in a dark, neat and heavenly smelling room belonging to none other than Sabasian Black, the devilishly handsome bad boy.
This is a twisted story of love, obsession and madness where the stalker falls victim to her victim with a promise of forbidden love.
Collection of poetry written in the first few months of 2020. Mostly dealing with the fears and reality of being lonely and questioning life.
First time I’ve written in a long while... completed poetry collection of January 7th 2020.
Rated PG for mental health mentions
This is a collection of poems I've done over the years. Most are about my personal experience with mental health
Poetry collection for Camp Nanowrimo April 2019!
If there's one thing in life that inspires me, that is the trees I see from outside my bedroom window, in the local parks and whenever I go travelling with my family. Each one having a story to tell. Some hundreds of years old. This April collection will finally open up about my discovery of trees to the world. I hope that you enjoy this collection, as much I as I enjoyed writing it!
A March 2019 Poetry collection, this time with no main theme other than being honest and creative. All these poems were written over the course of a single day being Thursday March 14th 2019.
Thank you for taking the time to read my Poetry! I'd love to hear your feedback, so feel free to leave a comment across my writing and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Stay tuned for new uploads soon.
This is a memoir that lots of readers out there may relate to a lot. In the year 2012, everything changed for me after I experienced my first ever panic attack. Five years later, I was finally formally diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and depression. In 2019, I am now pursuing a diagnosis for autism. See how my world has changed since my teen years and why as an adult, I'm fighting hard to get my voice heard.
The following book is rated PG-13 for scenes of emotional distress relating to anxiety, depression and grief. Please be advised before you continue reading. Other trigger warnings are present for trichotillomania, bullying, dark thoughts. If you do decide to give The Depression Diaries a read, thank you for hearing my story.