Life is too short

Written on December 24th, 2016. It's been an amazing trip so far, for me personally. I started a few posts when I was on my way out here, not quite sure how I felt about coming back to Khao Lak after so many years. Not sure how I would feel about, or manage, all the … Continue reading Life is too short

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I am finally going home!

Written on December 3rd, 2016. I am going home. For the first time in 10 years, I'm going back to Thailand. I'm nervous and excited all at once. It's been a long time and it is the first time that I feel ready to go back to the country that stole my heart more than … Continue reading I am finally going home!

Beyond the physical injuries and scars, lingers a sense of lack of self-worth

For many different reasons I think it is time for me to write this post. Having come out and been very open about my mental health problems and my road back to a healthy, normal life, free from depression and unhappiness, it is time that I also come out and talk about what (most likely) … Continue reading Beyond the physical injuries and scars, lingers a sense of lack of self-worth

A letter to my Dad

For many years, before I decided to deal with all of my "issues", I have struggled with what causes me to feel like this. To be like this. Why can't I be happy [like everyone else]? Why do I have to keep battling anxiety attacks and depression? Why can't I just be "normal"? I have … Continue reading A letter to my Dad

How to deal with the unexpected and disappointment.

Some people say "when life brings you lemons, you make lemonade" and I have heard a couple say "when life brings you lemons you bring out the tequila". But I won't do that. I am past dealing with shitty things in life by trying to numb the pain with alcohol, or any other substance for … Continue reading How to deal with the unexpected and disappointment.

To the friend who cut me off when I hit rock bottom: Thank You!

About four months ago now, I started dealing with some problems and issues that I have faced for the most part of my life but never had the courage to deal with. And it worked! I felt better, stronger and happier every day. I was able to shed a lot of bad habits and bad … Continue reading To the friend who cut me off when I hit rock bottom: Thank You!

If you smile at the universe – it tends to smile right back at you! :)

Last weekend as I started gearing up for re-entry into normal life here in the US, I tried to think about and focus on not repeating past mistakes. One of the good habits I have adopted, since starting to work on myself and my own happiness is that I analyse a lot my own actions … Continue reading If you smile at the universe – it tends to smile right back at you! 🙂