Monthly Archives: July 2018

After all

He was out of my life for five years; the last time I saw him he was on steroids and drugs and with a horrible wretch of a woman. After 20 years of friendship, including six years of dating, it … Continue reading

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Unlabeled

Even now I hesitate to say the words. I don’t want to give form to the nebulous, or power to the label. People have such preconceived notions about mental health differences, but the bulk of responses are not anything I … Continue reading

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The great divide

When someone won’t hesitate to use violence, to wound or kill you, it’s impossible to have a meaningful dialogue.When someone is determined to make you think like they do, whether logical or not, sometimes they will stop at nothing. And … Continue reading

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Feasts and parties

A beloved friend texted me that she wanted to hurt herself, and then she went radio silent. I’m going out of my mind with worry, knowing what she’s been going through the past few years. A lot of people are … Continue reading

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Love so right

One of my favorite things about writing is the delete option. Until it’s in print, and even sometimes after, you can still undo, take it back. I’ve erased, crossed out, deleted, and destroyed more than I’ve ever written. Eliminating the … Continue reading

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Save my country

The thing that I despair most about, due to our current political climate and situation, is that potential and hope are being destroyed for so many. Our country and our entire planet could be doing so much better. Humans need … Continue reading

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