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Proving Myself To Myself

The past week or so has afforded me multiple opportunities to prove to myself that I can take care of myself. These have been really valuable for me as I often lack confidence in my own ability to look after myself and feel that I rely too heavily on others. 912 more words


Short Story Review: "The Lost Children" by Alison McBain

3 of 5 stars.

Many traditional characters from mythos and folklore, such as The Wicked Witch of the West and Maleficent, have received revisionist treatment turning their untold tale into a humanized one. 179 more words

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Ice Queen Much?

Frigid! Ice Cold! Ice Queen! Log of Wood! These are the terms used quite often by men to describe women that are sexually unresponsive. The etymology of the word even connotes iciness, frozen [ 513 more words


Toxin stench

I’m not enjoying this phase of my weight loss journey.  I am finding myself wanting or wishing to just stop and maintain the weight I’m at now.   597 more words

Challenging Myself

Novella Review: Mother by Philip Fracassi

MOTHER by Philip Fracassi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The emotional nuances of a relationship falling apart condense first into an eeriness before solidifying into a full blown horror fest. 259 more words

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Body Dysmorphia & Gender Dysphoria

Understanding Gender Dysphoria and Body Dysmorphia

There are several compounds that make up Dysphoria and Dysmorphia so to understand both of them an understanding of a few other concepts is necessary.       528 more words


Novel Review: Dog Country by Malcolm F. Cross

Dog Country by Malcolm F. Cross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

And what’s a person who’s been only really trained for war do after being forcibly taken out of the war? 310 more words

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