When my brain doesn’t seem to be mine.

I’m not sure what my brain does sometimes. I’d like to think that I am in control of all of it at least most of the time, but it appears that it just ain’t so. I try to be articulate and mindful of others but it surely isn’t that way sometimes. I’ve resorted to trashing a couple of posts cause I’ve found them too offensive.. What to do…

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5 thoughts on “When my brain doesn’t seem to be mine.

  1. Sometimes you just have to speak your mind. Losing control is something I’m all too familiar with as I fight depression and anxiety. But what’s important to remember is that you are not alone in these feelings and they are justified. Keep fighting the fight friend.

    I run a blog on mental illness called “Dear Hope”, join the community here: wemustbebroken.wordpress.com

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      1. You will learn in time to understand and appreciate the darkness. You will have a deeper understanding of yourself and be able to move forward. It is just a marker of how you felt and where you have been so when you are out of it you will respect what you have been through more.

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  2. I find writing my blog freeing. I am sharing things that I don’t tell the people who are closest to me because I don’t want to worry about offending or have to control/sensor what I write.
    If you’re sharing this blog with family and friends I understand your concerns. Maybe you should carve out a space somewhere to purge yourself of all the things you need to express but feel you can’t

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