I write for Calmness and Sanity


Writing is my therapy and psychology is my passion. Through writing I can strip my soul naked uncensored. I can share my thoughts anonymously with no judgmental comments on my person-hood or past and at the same way I do not judge peoples’ comments for we do not know each other. The whole online world is my audience and listeners (readers). I am writing to organize my thoughts and let go my feelings.  Others may read it or not, like it or not. The comfort I gain from writing is when I have publicized parts of my hidden self and somehow someone will know about it. It is a way of going out of my shell. It is my way of sharing when nobody listens. It is my way of confiding when everybody else is busy with their own personal concerns. It is my way of connecting to others whenever I feel alone.

I write because I know I can connect to people who can relate to my posts. People who read that put a like or a comment is an affirmation that I am not alone in my struggles. It provides comfort that somebody listens and can relate to my dilemmas.

I write for my calmness and sanity.


I am a business graduate who later on studied clinical psychology realizing that understanding people is my passion. I would like to share to the world my knowledge and reconnect to like-minded individuals who are also fascinated, curious and continuously wanting to learn more about people behavior, personality, character and cognition. Mental wellness (psychology) is for all and can be applied on everyday life. 

“I pledge my commitment to the Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project. I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others. By displaying this badge, I show my pride, dedication, and acceptance for mental health. I use this to promote mental health education in the struggle to erase stigma.”  

A Canvas of the Minds


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