Hello fellow adventurers, I hope you’ve all had great holidays so far filled with the people and things that you love. While spending the holidays with my extended family I realized that holiday parties are a great way to distinguish who’s introverted versus who’s extroverted. Let’s start at the beginning of the party: The Entrance.… Continue reading The Holidays: Introverts vs. Extroverts
Hello fellow adventurers, It’s that wonderful time of the year: families are gathering, cookies are being baked, and presents are being wrapped. It’s also a time of great anxiety and stress. Holidays tend to become hectic and family gatherings can be highly unpredictable, elevating the anxiety levels of everyone involved. I’m excited to see my… Continue reading An Anxious Girl’s Guide To Surviving The Holidays.
Dear fellow adventurers, When I was little, I always joked with my mom about why she never had to worry about me. I always said, “You never have to worry about me becoming a drug addict because I hate needles, I can’t(couldn’t) swallow pills, and I could never snort anything.” I said, “And I would… Continue reading On Self-Harming | Adventures Of Shy Girl
Hello fellow adventurers! On my last day of finals(a couple of weeks ago), I was really busy with a final, packing, work, eating, and a counseling appointment. My last final was easy. All I had to do was discuss what I had written my eight-page poetry paper on for five minutes. Did I talk for the… Continue reading Getting Back To Being Me | Adventures Of Shy Girl
Hello fellow adventurers, I’ve been waiting for the right time to post this piece and I think the time has finally come. I wrote “They Say I’m Not Depressed” a few weeks ago, while I was very emotional and very confused about how to bring up my depression and self-harm to my parents. It’s been… Continue reading They Say I’m Not Depressed.
Hello fellow adventurers! As you all know, I’m in my second year of college as a computer science major. This semester is almost over and by that I mean, NEXT WEEK IS FINALS WEEK!!!!! Commence the freak outs, uncontrollable sobbing, and mixed matched clothes.