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Avoidance of 'Complaining.'

I suppose I’m probably more sympathetic to those going through any level of pain, anger, or annoyance. There are people who ARE cheerful (not chronically, but genuinely!) who are in smaller boats with fewer rowers or shorter oars or no trolling motor or any other small craft… ‘analogy.’ 427 more words

Invisible Illness

Chronically What?

This has been a long time theoretical process in my mind. I’ve been thinking of dumping my brain onto pages for ages. I always find myself reluctant to do so for fear of retribution. 506 more words

Invisible Illness

How talking about my mental health saved my life.

Hey all, so I wanted to write something that is super close to my heart my own battle with mental health. This is going to be a long post so grab your cuppa or coffee and your biscuits! 1,092 more words

Mental Health

6 months free from substance abuse!

Hello everyone!

I just want to share you this milestone!

I’M SIX MONTHS FREE FROM SUBSTANCE ABUSE.

Mental Health

It Has Been Awhile...

I am going to try to revive this blog because I think it helps me to deal with all the feelings and stuff that goes along with living with pain every single day of my life. 720 more words

Chronic Pain

Scottish Unionism’s new Irish problem — Wee Ginger Dug

There are those amongst the British nationalist apologists in Scotland who accuse independence supporters of romanticism, of dealing in distortions of fact, but it’s a fact that there is no proponent of Scottish independence who would ever come out with something as ludicrously batshit as an article which was published this week in a site […]

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

Note: This was written the last week of April, but didn’t get posted until May.

I’ve always heard people make comments about March coming in like a lion and going out like a lamb and April showers bringing May flowers. 2,227 more words

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