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Aug 16, 2010

Heart-In-Brain Disease

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I made this little digital collage to show everybody what my insides look like right now. It's an illness that occurs mostly in those who have recently had their heart broken. I don't know the cure.

15 comments:

Georgina Dollface said...

Doing hand stands and letting gravity do its thing? But seriously, I'm sorry you are hurting. Hope things get better soon and your heart starts to heal. Hugs! - G

wallflower said...

Haha, that's funny.
And thanks, I'll be fine, it's just taking longer than I expected!

Wayne Chisnall said...

Time's the cure but I suppose that is not much in the way of consolation at the moment. You hold on girl and you'll soon be stronger than ever.

Cole said...

ah I know that feeling. I agree with Wayne above-it gets better with time. Just keep yourself busy. Find some fun distractions. Be around people that make you happy and that love you. It will get better. :)

Signe said...

Chin up, they have a tendency to crawl back into their old place, just takes a little while :)

Karolina said...

I'm so sorry for you, I know that desease very well. But it gets better and all the things misplaced are going to end up where they belong soon.

Love,
k

Miss Vintage Vixen said...

But you know for sure, though-- We all love you. And your awesomeness.

I'm sorry... and yes, chin up, chica-- you deserve to be happy!

Sam Liu said...

You are a wonderful artist and a brilliant observer of human emotion, Dori.

Michele said...

Found you via IROCKSOWHAT and your blog is pretty much amazing. I hate that I found you at a time like this. I have been a victim of that disease...but I have survived! You will too. We all said that it is easier said than done, but you'll wake one day to realize how grateful you are to have experienced this....because when you do wake, you'll be sooooo much better and soooo much healthier than before. Stay strong and keep moving on. :)

Kevin said...

Also known as cerebral-coronary exchange syndrome.

'odd and old' Linda Dacey said...

How many times have I had my heart broken? how many times have I heard: What doesn't kill us makes us stronger. Plenty of fish in the sea. Cliches. Yet true. Sure it hurts but time heals;cliche! You are young, fun and beautiful; head up and as my great friend Carol says, 'tits and teeth girls'. Nice image by the way...

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whyimbored said...

eating more brains

BethanySusan said...

I'm pretty sure something like this, done repeatedly, will help. ;)

http://colormekatie.blogspot.com/2010/07/face-it.html

Moorea Seal said...

Aw man, I have battled with this disease all my life. thankfully i am in remission at the moment and my heart is back where it is supposed to be, well mostly. it sometimes travels and visits this boy 2 states away. But for the most part, it stays where I tell it to stay.

i'm sorry your heart thinks that a vacation in your head would be the best thing at the moment. silly hearts always forget that when they take over your mind, your brain gets kicked out of it's rightful home. our hearts can be so selfish sometimes.
thankfully, brains are tough. they have natural pre-packaged wisdom that hearts can only learn through time and hard experiences. Your head is strong, so don't worry, it will choose the wisest time to find it's way back to your head and will remind your heart of where it is supposed to be.

I'm sorry that disease that all humans are cursed with is flaring up for you right now. The good thing is that it waxes and wains, it cycles like the moon, and everyone in the universe has to go through it at least once or twice. I can't remember how many times my heart had taken over the place of my mind...oof. My heart is pretty big and aggressive. But my little brain has more will power and strength than that big pumping mush. And I think yours does too. Don't worry, in time, it will place your sweet heart back where it belongs.

<3 Moorea
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