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I am a behavior watcher. I listen to words, and then I sit back and deeply observe the individual’s behavior.
Not everything on this terrain
Is born and grown the same.
Mama spends the next hour telling me that men are shit. If I carry one thing into my adult life I better take this one, Mama rants on. Her voice fades into the distance as it has come to do when she begins to lecture.
As I was going through some boxes that have been packed up for some time, I came across a bundle of letters. There were nine of them. They were all dated throughout the year of 1993. I had just left college in Tennessee and moved to Washington State. I was in a foreign culture and … Continue reading Lost Letters
I was introduced to a man named God when I was just a little girl. He was a massive figure emerging from the clouds, often with furrowed, gray eyebrows, pointing a finger at the sinners below him. He was a magician who created a planet with a wave of his hand. He had a dramatic … Continue reading How I Was Trauma Bonded With God
Endings become beginnings sometimes, and frankly, it doesn't always feel good. No. It feels like being a valuable crystal ball, dropped and shattered, then listening to the one who drops me saying, "Ah. It's just stuff." Yanno what? My heart isn't monetary. I'm not just stuff. "Well, I paid you back." does not erase the … Continue reading All Of This Is Just a Hologram
"I knew I was shut down to her when I stopped praying for her every day." My sister said. I've never prayed for her. I don't pray period. I'm non-religious, humanist, truther, but pray to a man-made entity? Not for me. I don't even think of her fondly like I used to. I just think of what … Continue reading Yesterday Was Her Birthday and It Never Crossed My Mind