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AimeeImploded

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    Melbourne, Aus
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    Music {metal and old school punk, some alt rock :)}, reading, hanging out with friends, just trying to have a good time mostly :)

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  1. My diet is restricted due to allergies anyway, but my gp actually recommends the ketogenic diet. I find that when I'm on it the weight melts off and I feel amazing, my skin is clear and I have a tonne of energy. This is a big read, but it's the complete breakdown of the science: http://josepharcita.blogspot.com.au/2011/03/guide-to-ketosis.html?m=1#33MM
  2. I have a chest infection, can't hear out of one ear and it's going to be 36 degrees on Christmas Day. That's nearly 100 for you Fahrenheit folk! I'll be seeing my close family on Christmas Eve, my sister will inevitably complain about the restaurant and be rude to the waitstaff. The same sister's present was some handmade jewellery and it came in gold instead of silver by accident, I can't afford to send it back to Japan to change it. I'm very much looking forward to giving my Gran her present, though! Christmas Day will be a nightmare of seeing my step-family, the people around my age ignoring each other on their phones, my mum going mental trying to impress everyone and my aunties getting drunk. Meanwhile, if I so much as drink out of a cider bottle it's 'unladylike'. NYE should be amazing, I'm staying at a friend's place and seeing a few bands play. I'm really looking forward to it!
  3. Mine started off in dreams, too, when I was really young. It is always really mundane at the time but it's definitely unsettling to me. That's really interesting, I was wondering if the abuse had any links to this. Thank you for your insightful reply, Rosie! It is always such a mundane moment in time, but the feeling is so unpleasant that it sticks out for me. Thank you for taking the time to reply, Jarn!
  4. Bear with me, this is going to be an interesting one to try and explain. I can't remember when this actually started, but it got pretty intense for a few months then went away and has now returned. Basically, I get what could be described as an intense feeling of deja vu, but I can remember myself reacting to the first time I saw my surroundings and current circumstances. It's as if I can remember a younger me narrating this moment in time for a few minutes. She always refers to me as 'future me' and sounds at times both excited and disappointed, depending on what she sees. I can remember the words I said when I saw the present moment in time but not how old I was, where I was or what I was doing. I'm pretty sure I used to call them 'visions' though. It's the strangest feeling of unreality, like deja vu that lasts for ages. I'm taking all of my medication, this happens when I'm sober as well. Has anyone else even vaguely experienced something like this? It's like opening a time capsule in your brain and its freaking me out!
  5. Hi all, It's been years since I posted anywhere but Blogland, forgive the rustiness. I just had a sort of realisation that I might be replacing cutting (it's been nearly three years) with forcing myself to stay awake. I'm a chronic Insomniac by nature, but I've recently been put on Imovane and it works wonders for me. I've noticed that I've been putting off taking my medication until early in the morning, and when I do take it, fighting the urge to sleep. I'm thinking that this goes along the lines of controlling something when I can't control anything else, starving my brain of sleep and pills because I feel like I don't 'deserve' them. Has anyone else ever been through something like this? Is this considered SI? Thanks, Aimee.
  6. Hey, what's been going on?

    If you can't think of anything to post, try posting a picture like this with your favorite eye makeup:

    http://goo.gl/dS8Lt

    This is actually a very challenging picture to take, especially if you're trying to do it yourself.

  7. Oh Stick I'm so sorry about your cat, it's so hard to lose something you love unconditionally. I hope things settle down with the wife and that you're doing okay. Missed you on the boards for a while there xXx

  8. That's great bubby! I hope you enjoy it. I just started at TAFE instead of school, I'm so much happier there. It's great :)

  9. Hi Aimee

    I work in a factory now, 40 hours a week. Its a place that hires disabled people, and I wont get fired there so it's great. I do lots of different stuff there, mostly work with machines.

    Hope you're doing good. Get back to me whenever you can, hopefully things are going well for you. take care love xoxo

  10. Congratulations on the job! What are you doing? Hope you're doing well gorgeous girl. Love you xXx

  11. Hey love =)

    Hope you're doing well. I haven't logged on this forum for like, ever, because I have a full-time job now =)

    Hope to hear from you soon, I'm missing you guys.

  12. Haha, no way could I pull off that look!

    That's sweet though :3

  13. Thanks! You are too, your hair is a really lovely color! My positive day, well half-day the first half was pretty negative, but the rest of it went nicely, I think. I will have to try again today, see if I can be all positive! :P

    Have a good day!

  14. I'm okay thanks, just watching some Criminal Minds and cuddling one of my cats. I have to say you're rather gorgeous. How did your positive day go?

    Thanks for stopping by!

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