Tag: personal mumbo jumbo
Having trauma doesn’t mean you can only consume mild, boneless art.
“The most important thing becomes control. Engaging with it on your own terms. Anything to not feel helpless.” – Daisy Tonner, The Magnus Archives Content warning for mentions of violence, sexual assault, and some personal PTSD experiences involving dissociation and panic attacks. Despite being a sexual assault victim, and despite being someone who struggled with…
The Flashing Lights Say You’ll Be Okay: Depression, Binge-Watching Television, And The Importance of Fluff
I marathoned a comedy today, and I think I’m going to be okay. Sometimes, you just have to let yourself enjoy things. It’s all you can do in this hellscape of a life, right?
Anime Escapism, or why my depressed ass watched so many Japanese cartoons
It’s been a long time since I’ve actually sat down and watched any anime. My anime-viewing habits are pretty fickle. I either binge watch ten series all the way through in a month, or I don’t watch anything other than snippets of whatever shounen my boyfriend’s watching in the living room. Maybe it was a…
Life n’ Blog Updates (and some thank yous)
Yo! Long time no post, yeah? I’ve been slacking on the content, for various reasons, so I wanted to write up a little post catching y’all up on my life and all that. The biggest thing has been my move. It’s understandably taken me a bit of time to actually adjust to my new environment.…
“Doing the Thing” is pretty hard to do (but you’ll get there, bud)
Have you ever watched an interview where someone asks an actor/artist/writer/creator/whatever what their advice for other aspiring whatevers is, and their response is: “Just Do the Thing!” This is not very good advice. Obviously, there were some extra steps that made that whoever whatever they are. It seems almost insulting to hear their success reduced…
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