https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - It was a nice enough dream until it wasn’t. I don’t remember the rest of it, but it was uneventful and nostalgic. I was at the middle school I went to for eighth grade and, as usual, my dad was picking me up from school. But he seemed uneasy, in a way he’d never expressedContinue reading "On Nightmares, Briefly"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - I get an idea. A few minutes later, the very distinct thought: I need to stop thinking about this too hard. Or I need a pen. My fingers twitch. Pen. It can’t move fast enough on the page, chaos that will be a brief note in a dated, color coded table of contents. TuckedContinue reading "On Psychosis and Writing"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - As someone into grammar and linguistics, who debates the requirements of a split infinitive and the correctness of implied antecedents and whether you can punctuate dialogue with semicolons, for fun, language is in my head a lot. As someone with schizophrenia, not to mention autism, language gets messy. I’ve pondered making a mini constructed languageContinue reading "On Assorted Illnesses and Language (A Conlang Concept)"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - So I saw a psychiatrist through an online urgent care service after remembering that it was an option, and started on a new antipsychotic. I had a lot of mixed feelings about going back on meds. At first, I felt like it was a cynical move—the action that confirmed the thought that I wouldn’t getContinue reading "On Functionality Thresholds and Medication"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - Quarantine has made a lot of people get back in touch with each other, and in the year before quarantine, I delightfully seemed to keep ending up with sudden messages from old, out of touch friends. This always begs the question—what do you say? Sometimes I start where we left off and bring them upContinue reading "On Hindsight and Blinders, for the Queer and Mentally Ill"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - “Farrah’s back,” I said at brunch. “She seems to like mornings.” It was a morning just days ago when Farrah appeared for the first time. A puppy hiding between the edge of a desk and the wall. She never got too close, but when I paid particular attention to her, I could, unbidden, feel herContinue reading "On My Schizophrenia Tamagotchi"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - I’m writing. It’s going really well. Pages and pages of ink in my beloved dot grid Moleskine. So many pages, I think to comment to friends about my comparatively unpretentious but equally beloved Bic pen that has somehow lasted me almost sixty total pages, plus about half of my previous Moleskine, and months of WordContinue reading "On Knowing Your Mind Is Vulnerable, and What You Do About It"
https://theschizophreniadiaries.com - Previously “Fuck,” I mumbled when my shoulder cramped, which was interesting, because I’d kind of assumed I was nonverbal at the moment, the way my thoughts flowed or didn’t and a familiar feeling somewhere in my throat, though I hadn’t tested it. I couldn’t blame my shoulder for cramping; my disorientation at speaking came withContinue reading "On Farrah and Treatment"
https://noobnorm.com - Is time travel possible? And if it is, what problems does it potentially cause? This beginner's guide to time travel takes a deep dive into the potential ways we might be able to travel into the past and future.
http://sciencevshollywood.com - During a space battle, the MCRN Donnager suffers damage after fighting the same ships that took out the Canterbury on the TV show, The Expanse. With breached hull and air slowly leaking out a hole, does the crew of the Canterbury have enough time to seal the hole and survive their ordeal? Physics may have the answer and tell us whether the show got it right.