New day…

She sat alone. The only sound the clock ticking on the wall. Her heart beating, she could hear her breathing and the crying inside. The most dreaded kind ever, the crying that no none could hear. It was inside. In the silence her very soul was weeping. A sadness inside her that was scary, that overcome her, made her feel like a prisoner to it. She felt helpless. Like no one understood her; but how can they, she cannot understand it herself. Continue reading


Dealing With Insomnia

Approximately 60 million Americans suffer from insomnia each year.  Some people have worse forms than others, and some have very extreme insomnia and some only suffer a mild, occasional insomnia. Insomnia can be grouped into primary and secondary, or comorbid insomnia.  Primary insomnia is sleeplessness that cannot be attributed to a medical, psychiatric, or environmental cause (such as drug abuse or medications).  It is characterized by the following: Continue reading