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Random First Lines:This is an excerpt from a chapter of Dancing With Cancer. A memoir of a life with cancer.
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By Lost Love Long Forgotten
It's a story about a girl who suffers from multiple personalities she's later diagnosed with disassociative identity disorder. She suffers by herself because her parents have decided to pretend its a condition that doesn't exist.
Coffee Leroy. Aged 16. Pasten-Vagabond. The ugly, scary-looking loner that no-one pays attention to. High-school drop-out. He's leaving on a train, trying to escape everything. He no longer wants anything to get in the way of his travels, and he wants to disconnect with life.
By Angel Flash
Theres another girl inside me. She whispers so many things to me and i cant stop her. I cant fight her. I love her.
IT IS ABOUT MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER
A young teenage boy struggles with his eating disorder.
Poetry | Updated Feb 28, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Twenty four innocent people dead. A childhood that never was. The girl who is nothing more to the residents of the town than a schizophrenic enigma. The horrific reality of being that soon steals away the happy ignorance she once lived in.
And the boy, Oliver, who oversees it all.
[I suck at...
By Midlife Writer
My memory of my father and several of the times I took ownership of his soul blotches
By Tay Silver
My book is about my life; the struggles that I have faced and overcome. My reasons for living, breathing and waking up each day knowing I am stronger and that no matter what happens, I am still here.
Anorexia is a sickness that has plagued me for the past six years. It has been an endless struggle that I have always found hard to put into words. The title, We Are Not Many, We Are Few, is basically a way of showing how lonely Anorexia can make you feel. It makes you feel like there is no one...
A poem about Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Personality Disorder) and what it does to the people who have it. It's not very long, but I hope it gives the right message. If you could comment on it for me, I'd much appreciate it.
I'm not entirely sure what this is about yet. I'll change this the more I write.
By Angel Flash
About my relationshi with the mirror
By Ayla Daniels
If it's that easy to convince yourself you're stupid, could it be that easy to do the opposite?
A poem I wrote about Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. A fairly unknown mental disorder that I suffer from.