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Monthly Archives: March 2014
I went back to a place I loved today. It was wonderful and I had the strong desire to return to the place I am presently- not to live (or physically visit) the past at the expense of my current … Continue reading
I’m determined to maintain hope that any and all bipolar “symptoms” I’ve experienced over the last several years will disappear slowly over time (I’m looking to you, Anatomy of an Epidemic readers!) … but right now I’m annoyed. Out of … Continue reading
For most of my life, it has taken me a very long time to fall asleep. Can’t turn that brain off, can’t calm the anxiety, can’t stop tossing and turning. Which is also ironic, because apparently as a baby I … Continue reading
I had a really interesting conversation with a colleague today about entitlement and the millennial generation. More thoughts on this to come…. but in brief: I do feel entitled sometimes- and it is not something I like about myself, but … Continue reading
I have a history of highly irregular and absent menses. Even though I developed many signs of puberty early, I did not get my first period until the spring of my 8th grade year- just before my 14th birthday. It … Continue reading
Writing about being on “the other side” – the side I am on and living. More soon.