Unfortunately for me my first sexual experience was when I was 3-years-old. This is shocking, I know, but it happened and I can't change it. After months of therapy (God forbid if I had to stay in therapy for years) I was able to finally able to talk about my sexual abuse with tearing up … Continue reading I’m Not Sex Positive
I've been busy. I never knew how juggling a job could be so difficult, but at the same time rewarding. After the New Year's I started working and everything else felt okay to put on the back burner. I wish I didn't do that, because I also felt I was going back on my promises. … Continue reading The Power of Being Busy
For the best few nights sleep has been trouble for me. I was able to sleep all the time while I was taking my anxiety medicine consistently. It bothered me to sleep all day because I missed out on half of the day. Ever since I began to come off my medicine I haven't been … Continue reading The Insomnia Blues
I have had ups and downs when it has come to my anti-depressant. One of my biggest upsets during my medicine taking days was my weight gain. Over the past year, I have gained thirty pounds, and it was a rollercoaster to try and get it off. I haven't made much progress getting my weight … Continue reading Off the Meds (the road to recovery)
In New Orleans the air was muggy, and I had to prepare myself to get back into SUV and travel 400 miles back to Georgia. We loaded the car and drove down a windy ramp to the main road to get our butts back to Atlanta ASAP. Zombies were still standing on their … Continue reading N.O. = No
I was diagnosed with OCD over a year again. Since then I have changed a lot. I've been taking my meds every day and not skipping a day. I am happy to see the change in myself. I haven't been as obsessed with the things I was obsessed with before. I haven't been cleaning as … Continue reading OCD? Not Much.
My parents have been married for twenty-five years and though those years I have seen many things. Anyone who has both their parents or remember a time when their parents together knew there were those rifts in their marriage. It's hard to see the people you love go through something that seems unsolvable. You wonder … Continue reading Understanding the Hard Stuff