untying imaginary knots helped me realise something

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In 2015, when I felt like I was hitting rock bottom after trapping myself in an emotionally draining relationship, I found myself in a group circle. This wasn’t your average ‘pass-the-baton around and who holds the baton has their turn to speak’ kind of circle. The faces in the room…

for anyone who feels like they cannot relate to their relatives

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I know exactly how you feel, and its hard not to generalise when talking about these things. Some topics simply hit home.

Even more so when you’ve been made to feel like a target your whole life, for something as overly-simplistic as your age.

Let’s discuss. How did we come…

going beyond the beast of black and white thinking

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Grey area (idiomatic) noun A topic that is not clearly one thing or the other, that is open to interpretation.

This article is not about race. Nope, let’s first leave that thinking at the door. Now, step into my world; A world where black meets white to form an…

because reality doesn’t always come with a warning

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“…On one of our adventures, Rick and I basically destroyed the whole world, so we bailed on that reality and we came to this one, because in this one, the world wasn’t destroyed and in this one, we were dead. So we came here, a-a-and we buried ourselves and we…

the difference between inner-turmoil and freedom

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Being wrong? what an interesting concept.

It happens all the time. And nobody is exempt from the pitfalls of being proven otherwise when it happens.

Wrongness is akin to the entire human experience afterall.

That may sound loaded, but hear me out. Error is no different than putting your shirt…

we keep taking the bait, but first let’s understand why

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The internet has become a parallel universe over the past two decades.

With the rise of social media empires such as YouTube, Twitter and Instagram, branding your content at a globalized scale has become easily accessible to pretty much anyone. …

battling the hormonal beast with intuition

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Intuition is a powerful remedy.

It cannot be found lurking on supermarket shelves, or written on any doctors prescriptions. It cannot be found growing out of the ground, and you won’t find it down the back of your sofa.

Intuition exists from within. And a lot of people don’t realise…

how I realized my purpose and broke the incessant cycle of heartache

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Feeling sorry for ourselves is one of the most decadent of all human emotions. It by-passes orgasms and leaves an after-taste more indulgent, more sweeter than the finest chocolate. It’s also our sin, our shame, something we won’t admit feels good but does somewhere deep-down. …

a theory on why some people believe in conspiracies

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We live our own narratives. It’s beautiful,

and its interesting to understand that we are two-dimensional beings, coming at things from our own perspectives in spite of living in one unanimous reality. It’s easy to make sense of something that makes sense to us alone. …

the pandemic that’s stirring the crazy to a much needed sense

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“Cabin fever refers to the distressing claustrophobic irritability or restlessness experienced when a person, or group, is stuck at an isolated location or in confined quarters for an extended period of time.” — Wiki diki pedia.

We live in strange times.

I start a lot of my pieces off with…

Bianca Spencer

Eclecticism. Creator of eatyourego fiction, UK based writer.

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