I’m Still Alive

I apologise for the lack of posts. I appreciate people who have reached out to make sure I am safe. I am. 

I have just had a lot on and haven’t been writing as much as I used to. Much like with many things in my life and many people with BPD, I can be pretty “all or nothing”. So I either dedicate myself to things fully, or not at all. Unfortunately over the last few months this blog has become more neglected than nurtured. Whoops.

I am also struggling with pretty severe dissociation which makes it especially hard to think and write coherently. I am balancing a lot and trying to build a life for myself outside of the internet which is exhausting and consuming at times. I actually can’t think what to write so I’m just putting this post out there to let my readers know I’m alive, even if I don’t feel it inside.

Take care and I hope to check in soon properly πŸ™‚

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6 thoughts on “I’m Still Alive

  1. Glad you’re alive, even if it’s only “technically.” It sounds like you are making positive steps and can see how you want your life to be different, which is really encouraging and hopeful – changes are hard, no matter how small, no matter how positive, but I believe that you can do it. Take care of yourself and don’t burn yourself out. Have time out whenever you need it and be kind to yourself. Keep on keeping on. Xx

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  2. You write for you, not for us. πŸ˜‰ Don’t feel pressured (though I’m glad you gave an update that you’re safe). When you’re ready to write, or want to, you will. ❀
    I relate to the trying to build an outside life being exhausting – that's part of why I didn't blog for a while this past month. The dissociation is rough too. You're in my heart, now and every day xoxo

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