Here we go again. It’s 09:26 and I’m sat here once again with a coffee in hand, admiring my daughter playing with her toys, fighting back the tears, wondering what my child did so badly to deserve to be put second by her shit father. He was supposed to be here at 08:00. After two … Continue reading I’m Not Even Sorry That You ‘Miss’ Your Daughter
For many years, I knew something wasn't right; I wasn't 'normal'. I know we all have our quirky little personality traits, but this wasn't (and still isn't) okay, I hated myself and I hated my life. I even hated people. It started at infant school I guess. I couldn't keep a best friend, I didn't … Continue reading You’ll Never Know Who I Am And Neither Will I
Over half of the population will be in a toxic relationship at least once in their life. That's kind of a shitty statistic, isn't it? So the chances of your "King" or "Queen" being a narcissistic bellend are, actually, uncomfortably high. Myself, along with many others, have been unlucky enough to experience an extremely toxic, … Continue reading 12 Ways To Detoxify Yourself After Being In A Toxic Relationship
I’m about to hit a “perfect parent”‘s nerve here, but to be quite frank, I’m way past the point of caring. I do not give a fuck. No fucks given whatsoever. If you’re a mum, you’re probably on a mum’s advice page on Facebook, right? I am, too. I asked a fair question and I … Continue reading I Neglected My Children So I Could Could Have A Better Life
Dear Diary, Last night was difficult - the baby woke up crying for a bottle and briefly woke me up too. I woke my partner and then pretended to be asleep, so she'd have to deal with her. I fell back to sleep within seconds, but I'm so knackered. I'm sure she's fine, she's used to … Continue reading A Day In The Life Of A Lazy Father
"It was the eve of Christmas... ...Father Christmas was gathering all of his presents to put in to his sleigh to deliver to all of the nice girls and boys. One by one, he jumps down the chimneys and leaves the presents neatly under the Christmas tree, before eating his mince pie, drinking his glass … Continue reading Father Christmas and The Cardboard Chimney
Not all abuse is physical; emotional abuse leaves scars that are far deeper and more painful.
A fifteen minute procedure, a lifetime of guilt.
Mental illness ruins a person and their families.