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If You Are Reading This You Are Still Here Too

OH WOW re-visiting my last post sure makes me laugh and laugh and laugh… Soooo as we all know everything went from bad to catastrophic, so well done there… Trump was elected, then the year capped itself off by taking … Continue reading

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Everything Is Awful But Also Maybe It Isn’t

I was talking to my sister the other day about just how shitty things have been lately.  While my brief dip back into depression thankfully was just that- brief (WOOT), everything happening externally has been a garbage fire.  The year … Continue reading

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Just When You Think You’re Out

I felt it starting to creep up on me Tuesday.  It is now only Thursday, but it feels like weeks have passed and I’m terrified that it isn’t going to go away.  I live with an anxiety disorder that is, … Continue reading

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It is 2016 and Everything Hurts

Like any good little blogger I had planned to write a post wrapping up 2015 and listing my personal ups and downs, as well as the events that defined the year in general.  I was procrastinating a bit but slowly putting together an … Continue reading

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It Is Not Your Fault

I grew up in an abusive home. A lot of the bad things that can happen to a person have happened to me.  I don’t have the time or energy to tell that whole story right now. So I will … Continue reading

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I Expected Hunger and Got Thirst

Actual picture of me scrolling through my Tumblr As I mentioned in my previous post, I started both a Forensic Technician certification program and a medically supervised weight-management program a few weeks ago.  There isn’t much to say about the forensic program, … Continue reading

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8 Things I learned Growing Up Broke

I am 34 years old. I have a fairly decent job now, and health insurance. I also have a metric fuckton of debt; mostly student loans, but also older credit card and loan debt from when I did NOT, in … Continue reading

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