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The End Of My Rope….

Because of my recent undiagnosed illness, and the difficulty with irregular blood pressure and pulse rate, I am supposed to keep my anxiety and activity levels low for the time being. Not only does this mean I’m on medicine that makes me want to sleep 12 hours a day (which I don’t have the luxury […]

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I *Heart* Generation X…..

This is the funniest article I’ve read in a long time. I’m technically not a Generation X-er, but close enough to identify with most of the major events that defined that generation, even if I missed the bubble. (I think those born between 1978-1981 should be referred to as Generation XY, since different sources site […]

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An Important Rediscovery…..

“If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are gone, either write things worth reading or do things worth writing.” ~ Benjamin Franklin Although today was not the best of days, mostly because health-related issues were the worst they’d been in some time, probably due to the weather changing rather dramatically (from 83 […]

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A Girl Only A Freudian Could Love….

If the world of dreams truly is an interesting look into a person’s subconscious, a way to explore one’s deeper self, I’m a case study any Freudian would love. My dreams are so vibrant and real that they’re often a second life—or, since there’s a video game that’s already claimed title to that one—a third […]

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On Not Being Socially Fearless…

“There once was a woman who had one hundred faces. She showed one face to each person, and so it took one hundred men to write her biography”. —Anais Nin I must say, people end up on my page looking for some bizarre, dark, and morbid things. My analytics program has told me that recently, […]

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Emptying The Mailbox……

Yesterday, I took some time to go through the over 800 unmoderated comments sitting on this website. It was a slow and arduous task, but finally, I’ve gotten myself caught up. You see, I initially made the decision to keep comments moderated because I have my fair share of enemies, people who don’t share my […]

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Inspiration….

“And a woman spoke, saying, Tell us of Pain. And he said: Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as the stone of the fruit must break, that its heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain. And could you keep your heart in wonder at […]

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Yes, You *ARE* Part Of The 99%….

Note: This started out as a letter to a friend. But the more I wrote, the more I felt it was something everyone needed to read. Because my story might be yours, or the story of someone you know. In case you’re not on FB, here’s a summary of my life story: “After racking up […]

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18 Life Lessons From The End Of September…..

This last week wasn’t really the most stable one, at least when it comes to interpersonal dynamics, friendships, health, money, and emotional well-being. Other than that, of course, it’s all been pretty boring. Rather than writing about the tons of interesting…and mostly personal and off-limits….anecdotes that passed through my life this week, I’ll just fill […]

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