When I’m feeling bad, I love to eat (which is bad, I know). I feel empty inside and I feel like I can fill this hole through eating. I try to compensate with food and I’m not even trying to eat healthy during this moments. Running to the supermarket – 10 minutes before closing time-… Continue reading journal: food cravings, college and light therapy
When there’s a lot on my mind, it’s really hard to fall asleep. Here are some tips to create a sleeping ritual, which will help you to sleep better. 1. Drink tea A cup of tea will help you relax and get to sleep even faster. Make sure you aren’t drinking green tea. This will… Continue reading how to sleep better
The last couple of weeks have been very hard on me, mentally and physically (Not sure if I spelled this right, but I’m too lazy to look it up). Today I went to therapy and it was really hard and emotional. I had to tell my therapist that I needed more help and that I… Continue reading borderline: therapy and other stuff
I feel like I’m drowning in the darkness again. I’m feeling really bad. A few moments ago I was lying in bed, crying (Right now I’m still in bed, but I’m watching a tv-serie). Earlier today I drove someone to the hospital. I didn’t know the person very well but it felt like the right thing… Continue reading journal: feeling bad
A few days ago I’ve got the flu. My eyes are hurting while typing this, but anyway. Here are some tips to get you (and myself) through a period of being sick. 1. Cancel your appointments. If you realize that you don’t have to be anywhere, you can recover at ease. When there’s no pressure to get… Continue reading what to do when you’re sick
Journal: about therapists Since this is my first journal, let me explain something to you. I have moodswings. No, this aren’t the moodswings every average woman has during het period. This are serious moodswings. A small event during my day can mix up my feelings for days. So what does this mean? During the good days I… Continue reading journal : therapists
welcome to this obligated “welcome-to-my-blog” post. Let me introduce myself.
My name is Alice, I’m twenty-something and I’m a graduate student at my local university. This is the first time I’ll be keeping a blog, so don’t mind my spelling and grammar mistakes.