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Over the course of several years, I experienced the despair, devastation, stress, and misery of my mental illness, as well as the euphoria, enthusiasm, optimism, and hope for the future. I felt myself trapped in a system to be medicated against my…


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My second work consists of a story that takes place in the future, characters in search of self-discovery, and a wary situation in a secret underground settlement, where something is amiss.

I plan on using NaNoWriMo as a platform to enable myself to work nonstop on my novel posted on…


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From personal experience, I suspected there were changes in time perception based on whether or not we had a good night’s sleep. Researchers have scientifically confirmed this [1]. When I was about to turn 20, I had a manic episode and therefore an extreme alteration in how I perceived time…


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Bipolar disorder is a permanent lifelong illness as I’m sure you’ve heard multiple times. It must be controlled and monitored throughout a person’s life or they will 1) become so manic that they make damaging decisions about their life or 2) become so depressed that nothing matters anymore and it…


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I am one of those kinds of people who succumb to insanity and have always felt my emotions very deeply. I developed a bond, connection, feeling of closeness to another human being so strong that I felt as though I was in heaven, would be safe always, and there was…


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Work should sustain you and reward you, should make you rise up and be your best rather than frustrate you to do the bare minimum to meet requirements. Work should coincide with passion. For me, work continued to be tolerable and stress-free, but never fulfilled me until my most recent…


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I was insane before and I felt as though I elevated myself to another level of consciousness, had fluid access to my thoughts and memories, and was interconnected with all of reality. It was a spiritual experience. Using my intuition and sensitivity, I implicitly discovered exactly what was going on…


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My panic attacks are gone. Whether they are gone for good is to be determined. However, in addition to them being gone, I don’t feel that anxiety that makes me feel doomed, about to lose my grip, and falling off the edge, the feeling I get right before I lose…


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I used to scoff at people who had nightmares. They seemed so new to the wonders that lie in lucid dreaming. Whenever I had a nightmare, I’d best it in a creative way. I felt invincible in my sleep from then onward. I never could imagine someone just stuck in…


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Sleep is complicated and made up of many components. We dream based on how we’re feeling and what is left unresolved. Improving your sleep involves improving your mental health and eliminating anxieties, depressions, and discomfort.

To get a good night's sleep, make sure to address and make sure you act…

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An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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