Tag Archives: mental health

Wise Mind for a Chaotic World

Disclaimer: This post is written by a straight, white, cis, able-bodied, American-born, middle class woman who has a lot of privilege. I am hoping there is a little something for everyone in this post but I also know that much … Continue reading

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Full of ire, don’t lose your fire

CN (Content Note): This post talks about suicide and forms of oppression. Please consider this and the impact it may have on you. If you are feeling very depressed or suicidal, please seek help. This is a personal blog only, … Continue reading

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Loathin’ on Lazy

Recently the word lazy has become an insufferable word to me. Someone makes an off-handed comment that so-and-so is lazy or this whole group of people is lazy and I cringe. Seriously it’s become nauseating to me. It seems like … Continue reading

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Mental health or entitlement or both?

Watching CNN this morning (honestly I don’t know why I start my day watching it, it usually just makes me angry and/or anxious) and the Germanwings plane crash that happened recently. Specifically they were talking about how to prevent such … Continue reading

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Self-care means self-aware

Heads up for talk of trauma and violence. ALSO this is based on my own experiences and reflections and is not meant to supplement or replace anyone’s work with a mental health professional. Since starting my career as a social … Continue reading

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The reality of being female

FYI/head’s up – this post discusses rape and trauma The Men’s Rights Movement has been claiming for awhile that women are as often abusers as men are. And recently there have been some MRM members saying women rape men as … Continue reading

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Homecoming

Twinkly lights and a shiny tall building are what pulled me from my everything. I thought it was where I’d belong, where I’d wanted to be all along. But what happened that night, left me breathless and cut me like … Continue reading

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