I immediately stopped my meds after I gave birth and given a year for symptom-monitoring before I was cleared off. During the year, I still talk to my psychiatrist about the big events that happened in my life, in case it would be significant to his investigation. Like the passing of my dad and how… Continue reading A Goodbye
Do you think of killing yourself? Honestly, yes. But I don't know about others, mine doesn't come as those spur-of-the-moment I-can't-take-it-anymore-I-want-to-kill-myself kind of thoughts. It just slipped casually, bit by bit, oh-so-innocently that at the end it makes me think killing myself is a natural reaction to my kids crying. IT IS NOT! But it… Continue reading The Big Questions
When you are a married woman seeking psychiatrist help for depression, I can assure you that the first zillion questions you get would be about your husband. Apparently husbands drive their wives crazy. Ha ha ha. I hope you will be answering all those questions truthfully, no holding back. The doctor needs to know to… Continue reading Of the Rabbit-Hole and a Two-Faced
..today marks my last appointment at the Psychiatric Department of Hospital Putrajaya. It has been a heck of a journey, the past 16 months, most of them absurd. I spent almost half an hour crying at GP one day and came out with one long referral letter to the Psychiatric Department together with an instruction… Continue reading 22nd is Special Because..
Edited: Due to some circumstances, I may not be able to give out the Berry Sorbet, but you can choose between Aurora or Custard. Both I equally like. We decided to buy Winter books as his birthday present. Yes, I know it sounds sad since his mom got four dUCks, but hey I would seriously… Continue reading Books and Giveaway (feat: Book Barter Cafe)
I was glued to my seat for more than an hour rectifying a 3D model. Yes, I'm in love with 3D modelling if you haven't guessed it yet. And somehow this tiny little fact makes me sad. More on that later. For now. It's Winter's birthday! I didn't quite get to savor the feelings today… Continue reading Winter Turns One
Looks like a huge storm is coming. I must have said them a lot, but let me properly document it somewhere: the things I have to adapt to when I return to Near-Equator. 1. The Storm Storm is rare in Korea. Like very very rare. Through the years I lived there, they do have heavy… Continue reading Adapting to Life Near the Equator