Dissociation manifests to prevent trauma (Ozturk et al, 2021). Blogging is a form of healthy dissociation, meditation is a form … Continue reading Trauma and Dissociation
He is different. Not in the “oh he is so romantic, I have stars in my eyes” kinda different. He … Continue reading There is a boy. Can you love him?
Well, you noticed her. Her backpack slung on the side while she tied her hair in a ponytail because it … Continue reading Who notices a person that doesn’t want to be noticed?
Eric Neumann in his book “The Origins and History of Consciousness” wrote about a self-differentiating consciousness where the ego complex … Continue reading Tap into Your Primitive Experience
Fascinating are people who know how to keep you reeling. It hardly matters if they know what they are doing. … Continue reading A Cup of Tea
I was with you holding you, starring at the nebula in your golden brown eyes, disintegrated bright hues, whirling in … Continue reading Dust in My Wind
That submarine stuck to that octopus, wide eyed and parched mouth. You squid, slid and mocked, Cuss! they always said … Continue reading An Ode to My Penis
Mrs. Aniston felt different today. She could hear the birds chirping outside her window. As her soft hands brushed the … Continue reading Chapter 420
Semen and sheesha, sea men were drawn Into your fire the coal burnt them all. You let them exploit your … Continue reading An Ode to My Vagina