House Rules


So…if anyone ever finds this, welcome.

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This will be my first post just to let everyone know exactly what will be happening here.

Nothing will be focussed, so if you’re willing to sift around through tonnes of mumbo-jumbo, then be my guest. However, this comes with a warning not to send hate mail to me. This is purely for my own selfish venting, so please don’t take anything as personal.

If you want to take a look through what I’ve already written, the archives are to the right of the main page. Take a look at my About Me page if you want to know why I’m an infrequent blogger. Also, check out my Awesome Links for things I honestly want you to take a look at.

Thanks for reading, and remember…

D.F.T.B.A.! (Don’t forget to be awesome!)


Aitai – I Want Love

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Hey, I know a lot of people think that love is over-rated, or that teenagers don’t really understand what romantic love really is. I admit, I honestly believe that I haven’t got a good grasp of it. But you know what?

Sometimes, all you want is someone who’s willing to give you the occassional long hug, a helping hand, a little token of their appreciation, or just some good old-fashioned time with them, even if there’s no ultimate plan on what to do together.

In the end, for me, love is just impossible, even on such a simple basis. You know why? Continue reading

Habitica: The Black Ribbon

Habitica, for those of you who don’t know, is a website which allows people to prioritise tasks and manage habits while levelling up an MMORPG character. MMORPG stands for “massive multiplayer online role-playing game” and it’s a category of games where you level up a character, gaining stronger equipment and skills in order to defeat (alone or with a team) progressively tougher enemies.

This is MY profile!

Habitica allows people to join guilds. Some guilds take the MMORPG element of the site seriously. Some guilds take the task management aspect seriously. And some use it as a vessel for support, whether it’s for STEM students (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), those with broken hearts, or those with suicidal tendencies. (You can see where I’m going with this, clearly.) Continue reading

Choosing Confidants

Okay, time to write about how the depressed can find people to be their confidants…

This will be very circumstantial and based on my experience and VERY limited knowledge of human behaviour, of course, so take it with a million grains of salt. I am NOT an expert BY ANY MEANS!

If you ever had problems in your life, you might feel like finding an easy starting point to recover from your traumatic/upsetting past. This can take the form of a new hobby, a new group of people to talk to, a new location to foster your ideas…whatever. When you’re lost, find something new in the world.


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