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Who

If I complain about a constant complainer, does that make me the same? At what point does one get tired of complaining? It is possible right? Cause it is definitely a thing to grow weary of being submerged in the … Continue reading

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Did I Do That?

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To Speak With No Words

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My homework for therapy is to write down my fears. But every time I start thinking about what they are, it’s like the balloon of doom is being let out and then I quit. I patch that dang hole right … Continue reading

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Learning To Use Scissors

I know that I can thread a needle. I can use that thread to fix small holes in pillows, stuffed animals, and missing buttons. But for whatever reason, I can’t undo the knots in the thread that is my current … Continue reading

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The Anxious Zone

My daughter seems content, but this is the last time I went out of my comfort zone; at least that I can remember. Anything else must not have been as bad. Christmas Day. My spouse’s family. I took my anxiety … Continue reading

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Is It Convenient?

I order my groceries online, since I don’t have an extra 3 hours to wander the grocery store every week. But lately, going to pick them up has not been a quick trip. The entire 15-20 pick up lanes were … Continue reading

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Leading Empty

And over the locked gate she went. The road stays closed, but only from moving cars and trucks. The dogs were already ahead, barely stopping to look and make sure she was still behind them. Or to pee on the … Continue reading

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Melt It

This time This year The power isn’t as strong It’s not overwhelming It’s hiding in panic Reluctant to burst forth And share the joy – For in that joy Some may see weakness And in that deformed vision Believe they … Continue reading

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Failure to Thrive

Being transparent is not easy. In fact, you lose people and get judged because they simply don’t believe the things you say. Because sometimes your story sounds so unreal. Because from their point of view the answer is simple and … Continue reading

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