Tag: sadness

Rest now, little one.

Clive died today. Also known by the names “Guinea Rat”, “Squeaks”, “Piggles” and “Mr Piggy”, Clive was our pet Guinea Pig and an important member of our family. He had patchy brown fur and a little cowlick rosette on his head, but other than… Continue Reading “Rest now, little one.”

You Are Bad.

I talk too much. Always have, and as I have been trying very hard to accept and be okay with in recent years, I always will.This has been one of the biggest causes of our internal conflict as someone living with DID. My alters… Continue Reading “You Are Bad.”

Labyrinth of Shame

I say something insignificant and he answers abruptly. The vibe is off, I look at him.That expression on his face, the sudden weight in the atmosphere instantly fractures my heart and it triggers someone inside, her pain always makes me want to die instantly.… Continue Reading “Labyrinth of Shame”

Flailing

How long will it take before I start to forget for a moment that I’m dying? Will I ever have a carefree peaceful day when all things Cancer are simply forgotten? For a few blissful seconds after I wake up in the morning I… Continue Reading “Flailing”