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September 28, 2016

I watched the Presidential Debates the other night and was disgusted. And the Old-School wants us to choose between them? Thankfully, there are other options. I cannot support Jill Stein but I can, and do, support Gary Johnson. 448 more words


The Ups and Downs of Living Alone

By Janessa Rutiaga
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It seems like everyone I talk to, in my immediate age group, is completely shocked at the idea of me living alone. 739 more words

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Livin' it up Solo

You never quite know someone until you live with them.

That’s when you get to see them stripped down to their very core. That’s when we get to know each other without the armour that we put on when we go out to greet the world. 665 more words


The Romance of Living Alone

A few months ago I came across these illustrations by Idalia Candelas which are part of a series called Postmodern Loneliness. I immediately saw myself in them, and recognised a way of living that isn’t much spoken about among my demographic in particular. 1,048 more words


Aging With Mental Illness

As summer fades into fall I think I have passed through the toughest time of year for myself.  Other than a couple problems I have escaped this summer without any kind of serious breakdowns.   800 more words

Life With A Mental Illnes

Book Review: Live Alone And Like It by Marjorie Hillis

“There is nothing like a good domestic background for producing results.” ~Marjorie Hillis

Circa 1936, women were finding their footing in the World of Man and finding they were liking the freedom, independence, and individuality of being on their own and not dependent upon a man to live their life. 

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Only Child says: Run my life? Then live it

Lately so-called well-meaning friends and family have been telling me how to run my life. They have been using various tactics. Which got me thinking about the psychology of telling people what to do. 625 more words

Only Child