Between a white supremacist offering me pity for my struggle with depression after I called out his BLM/Capitol Hill insurrection-equating ass out for a lack of critical thinking and seeing people continuing to proudly take petty shots at Trump and justifying them, I have already about had it for today. "Adderall addict!" "Fat bastard!" And … Continue reading Fat-Shaming and Adderall Shaming Hurts Other People More Than it Hurts Trump, so CAN WE NOT?!
About the only thing that makes me giggle about this is picturing the tantrum that Trump must be throwing about Twitter putting him in the corner.
I can’t even process the clusterfuckery that today was.
#UnusAnnus #MementoMori #MentalHealth #ADHD #Tattoos Happy New Year!
Waxing a bit rambly about recognizing some things in real-life Greece (through a movie) that I saw in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey LoL
So, it's been almost 2 years since I last wrote on this blog. Sorry about that, but it's been a helluva time. Especially this year, of course. But for me, who's always at home anyway, having to stay at home for COVID hasn't been that big a change in the grand scheme of things. It's … Continue reading Where I’ve Been
Sorry I haven't posted for a few weeks. I've been dealing with some health issues, namely a kidney infection. I think I've about got it licked (but need to follow up with my PCP), but while dealing with this, I've not had the spoons to write anything or run any streams on my YouTube channel. … Continue reading I’m Still Here
Learning to Recognize Opportunities Everything is an opportunity. Good or bad, it's up to us and us only to recognize the opportunities that are available to us. Even if you've never suffered and survived abuse, everything you experience in your life is an opportunity for your growth and betterment. You just need to find it … Continue reading Parenting After Abuse: What Surviving Abuse Has Taught Me As a Mother
Last week I wrote about the first few steps I took in learning to love myself: learning to forgive myself and learning to realize that, quite frankly, I'm a damn good person, to the point that I finally managed to not only love myself but also LIKE myself. And I gave some tips in hopes … Continue reading Loving Yourself, Pt. 2: Boundaries
Photo by Kyle Glenn on Unsplash Whether you've been through abuse or not, I can't stress enough the importance of cultivating healthy self-esteem. And it's not something I managed to accomplish myself, fully, until I was 32, almost 33. Now, please realize that cultivating self-love IS NOT the same as being narcissistic. First, you gotta know that everyone, … Continue reading How I Learned to Love Myself Pt. 1