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Resting Bitch Face

It is almost noon and I haven’t started anything yet. I am about to start frantically cleaning the house, the first time in weeks. I don’t want it to sound like the house is filthy, it isn’t. 382 more words

A Very Honest Post.

I fall asleep too early, to wake up before the rising sun. Not always by choice, but it’s as if my body has some biological clock set to forcibly shut my eyes. 346 more words


My brain hurts!


It’s Monday already, Christmas is over a month ago and I am eagerly awaiting spring…shame that there’s snow forecast for midweek, hey ho.

Still, from my laptop I can write myself anywhere, hot or cold so I can’t really complain. 382 more words


Finally ... something that worked!

It’s been a little while since I wrote anything about my personal journey here, so I thought I’d get back to it.

My last post on the subject – … 644 more words


denial's downward spiral

Photo taken by contributor Jaeda DeWalt, a conceptual self-portrait artist in her forties from Seattle, Washington. Her battles with mental illness hearken back to her earliest memories, at age 4, when she became obsessed with the number four and performed exhaustive rituals in patterns of four. 287 more words


The Marriage Challenge

I remember planning my wedding like it was yesterday. I used to sit and dream about what I wanted on the day. Choosing the color scheme was my favorite part; because I couldn’t decide on two or three so I chose all six of them :). 502 more words


Misconceptions about the Severity Spectrum of OCD

Every once in a while I will search on YouTube for videos raising awareness about OCD. In some videos the person making it will interview people without OCD, asking what they think OCD is. 349 more words