A – Some of your articles touch on obscure, topics of awareness such as Zoosadism and local events around your area in Kerrville, Texas – and most importantly, you open up about very real experiences. What do you find most fun and most difficult to write about?

A great self help tip is to get in touch with people that are going through the same thing as you. You can also go to a support group. Getting in touch with people that are going through the same things, can help you because you won’t feel so alone.

And we often have to come back to it. Why should we otherwise be swayed to believe about ourselves some divergent sense of falsehood; this often knocking the creative breath out of us as if we were winded, stammering for inspiration whilst clamouring on canvas.

Q – You grew up with little emotional support from the most important people in your life – your parents. Your article My Parents, Unwilling Sterilization, and God was very difficult to read, but brings awareness to a horrible reality. Tell us how you overcame such daunting circumstances and what your advice is to other writers and anyone else enduring abuse at home.

First you need to deal with the mental aspect of the breakup. The part that tells you that you are alone for the rest of your life and nothing will ever get better.

13. Many adults & teenagers try to cope up with their depression and crazy with other prolonged diseases like alcohol and drugs. Such cases are medically termed as – dual diagnosis. Such addictions complicate the patients’ condition and make thee treatment rather more difficult. However, with the changing scenario of our society this has almost become a common factor.

This waiting time is the time you can use to improve yourself. I’m sure you have something you always wanted to do. Find something that you have long dreamed about doing and throw your life into it. Now is the time to pursue all the non-romantic things you have always longed to achieve. This is “me” time for you now. Use it! Do you want to make yourself better in any way, now is the time to do it. Find a way to use all this negative energy and turn it into something positive. This will make you feel good about yourself again.

Eat healthily by cutting down on the intake of junk foods, additives, alcohol, processed food and drinks that contain caffeine such as coffee, tea and cola.