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The black dog isn't a pet who sits by your feet And the black dog won't wait with wagging tail to greet The black dog is vicious, unruly, unkind The black dog growls away locked up...
Posted by
Admin
14th Jan 2019
I originally wrote this Blog after realising how after receiving Tetris Effect as a christmas gift that i had refrained from self harming during the period that i had been playing ...
Posted by
x2e
13th Jan 2019
I thought Id write this little piece to support anyone whos struggling with their mental health. Please realise youre not alone, were all over the place, there are literally mi...
Posted by
mikey10
10th Jan 2019
In 2017 I lost my Dad suddenly & in all honesty I've struggled and miss him so much. I haven't talked as much as should & probably to the detriment of myself. But this post/blog is...
Posted by
cawseetiger
10th Jan 2019
According to a recent survey in 2010, over 45% of individuals struggling with addiction, have also been diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder. Co-occurring disorders, also known a...
Posted by
pmoceo
07th Jan 2019
I did something very stupid the other night. I was talking on the phone about my day with the girl Im seeing and at one point she said something totally unimportant and innocuous ...
Posted by
ben-p
07th Jan 2019
With Christmas and 2018 behind us, and a whole new year stretching out ahead, January is a time for fresh starts and resolutions. But with the third Monday in January known for the...
Posted by
hollyashby
04th Jan 2019
Absenteeism - the habit of employees routinely not attending their shifts - is a perennial concern for businesses. Particularly in smaller or medium-sized companies with few worker...
Posted by
PamLoch
03rd Jan 2019
This Christmas has been my first Christmas without my maternal grandmother. To help me cope I decided to remember the happy times from Christmas pasts. One of my favorite memories ...
Posted by
SANE
02nd Jan 2019
i used to be this calm lad but ever since things have got way to much for me and i feel like i cant cope at all , everyday feels like a struggle i tend to snap very easily not at a...
Posted by
david28
28th Dec 2018
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