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  1. Thanks fireflies, I really appreciate the advice! Honestly, music is more my passion than dancing was, I happened to be a good dancer and that's what got me jobs. As a songwriter some of my best work comes from my most intense misery, and maybe a part of me actually fears getting better and losing that creative fuel. On the other hand, there's a line of misery that when crossed will leave me without the drive or energy to write. As for my coworker friend, in light of recent events and realizations, I've decided... just screw it. I'm not going to waste my time and energy on people that d
  2. When I was younger, I was super confident, had more friends than I could count, and always had someone I could talk to if I needed. That being said, I've always suffered from some pretty hardcore depression. Currently, after losing two of my best friends, one to betrayal, which I wrote about in a previous post, and one left the country, I have been feeling overwhelmingly desperate and lonely. Back in 2011 I had a spinal injury/surgery that destroyed my career as a dancer, and since then I've basically given up on my dreams. I've been working a job that I hate and have just been sort of...
  3. I don't think you're crazy, and I also suspect it's developed as a sort of coping mechanism, but habit has turned it into a daily and constant thing. I do a very similar thing, except the conversations I have are with other versions of myself. I spend a lot of time alone and often physically talk to myself. From what I understand it's normal-ish, but the question is has habit/doing it for so long made you dependent on these internal personalities? If you're really worried about it being unhealthy or negatively affecting your life, then I highly suggest asking a professional therapists advic
  4. "I know some day you'll have a beautiful life, I know you'll be the sun in someone else's sky, but why can't it be mine?" Wrecks me every time.
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