This book is about overcoming burnout, linking the author’s journey of recovery with wider systemic forces such as classism, sexism and power dynamics in groups, poverty, chronic illness and ableism, as well as grief and trauma from prison and state repression. It is a call for models of mutual aid and collective care.
The Prisoner’s Herbal
This is a herbal medicine book written by an ex-prisoner for people in prison who want to learn about the medicinal properties of plants commonly found in prison courtyards. It contains ten detailed plant profiles, as well as instructions on how to prepare plant medicines in prison. There is also a section on wound care and how to connect with plant allies.
Good thing bad thing, mental health and poverty
So the bf got a job today. Yay. We will be able to afford to eat and exist in the world!
Now all I have to worry about is my bf, who has treatment-resistant depression all his life try and cope with a fulltime job because no part-time job would get back to him.
FUCK THE FUCKING CAPITALIST SYSTEM FOR FORCING US TO MAKE THESE SORT OF CHOICES
Time for the second in my Autumn series. This is Prunus mume 'Beni-chidori'.
On the blog are more photos, plus a glimpse of the amazing flowers this tree gives us in Spring.
"Column: We Wish You a Sacred Samhain and a Homo Halloween"
The venlafaxine diaries
And we have ticked every box for the side effects that put me off the last medication.
I'm done. This was not worth it.
for halloween i'm going as a neurotypical person
ooOOOOoooh i'm going to imply something important and get upset when you didn't understand the subtext instead of just telling yooouuuu! ooOOOoOOooh you should spend more time outside your comfort zoooone! ooOOOOooooh you just need to stay pooositiiive
Queer Londoner, pagan, solarpunk. Author of solarpunkdruid.com
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.