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Little choices and repercussions

I’m tired of justify myself! You all do whatever you want, whenever you want, with whoever you want, without consulting me. I’m okay with it. I’ve come to term with it. 338 more words


To be clear, concise, and complete

Yesterday was a very trying day for me and my husband. We had known that our baby probably had autism, we received a rating of 37 when we first went to the doctor (scale goes from 36-50), but for some reason I was hoping it was ADHD. 1,357 more words

Mental Health

Why can't people just leave me the hell alone?

I have a new problem now: the security guard at the clinic told me that I was loitering, which means I can’t stay beyond 5pm to can’t use the internet in the evenings when I feel the most lonely and in need to at least get on Facebook or WordPress for a few minutes to break up the otherwise long evenings. 640 more words

Transgender & Mental Health Issues

No Matter How I Feel 

No matter how I feel, I seem not to be doing that bad in the eyes of others.

“Oh you’re be alright.”

It is sad and frustrating that I realized tonight, that maybe I’m doing exactly what I’m meant to do.

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Stalker Girl

OH! Ryan who I love

let me count the ways

Even though you don’t

know me I will still find a way

into your house under your bed… 89 more words

Book review: Leave Me Alone!, by Vera Brosgol

Brosgol, Vera. Leave Me Alone! Roaring Brook Press, 2016. $17.99. ISBN 9781626724419. Unpaged. Ages 4-7. P8Q8

Young readers will love this modern folk story about a grandmother who tries to knit winter sweaters for her many grandchildren. 156 more words

Book Reviews

‘Leave [She] Alone’: Trinidad’s Women Find a Rallying Cry for 2017 Carnival

‘Leave Alone’: Trinidad’s Women Find a Rallying Cry for 2017 Carnival

By Martine Powers | The Washington Post

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago — Every year, an onslaught of high-octane soca music is released ahead of… 1,180 more words