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Happy Surprises

This has been a rough week. I had intense oral surgery that left a gaping hole in my sinus cavity (okay, it’s probably quite small, but it certainly doesn’t feel that way) and it’s taking twice as long to heal … Continue reading

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Thirteen Reasons Why

These last few days I’ve been watching Thirteen Reasons Why. For those that haven’t seen it, let me warn you now, it’s about suicide. Normally I wouldn’t watch something like that as it’s triggering, but something about this show has … Continue reading

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Pop Tarts and Mountain Dew

This is a topic that is far more difficult to discuss than some of my sexual abuse. Not because it’s worse than the abuse, but because it’s embarrassing to discuss and admit. It also ties to the abuse, as it … Continue reading

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Shattered Illusions and Falling Towers

There’s something to be said for letting go of lies and illusions and walking in my power. The lies and illusions I refer to are the ones that kept me in the darkness. They were designed to keep me in … Continue reading

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Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

Lately, I’ve been struggling with people that don’t know how to use simple logic and fact—aka evidence—to illustrate their claim. It seems like showing facts would be the first thing people would do when trying to make a point, yet … Continue reading

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