It seems to be a very common thing for people with depression to be creative. Or maybe creativity breads depression. Whatever it is, it has often been said that many people are more creative when they are depressed. I’ve read accounts of people who have gone on antidepressants and hated them because they were no longer creative. This is not the case for me. I have clinical depression and a panic disorder. I waffle between being sad and lethargic and feeling afraid of everything. I am on medication and I am managing well (for the most part). But recently, I developed a tolerance to myRead More →

I feel like there’s this stigma out there that Long Distance Relationships (or LDRs) are destined to fail no. matter. what. That’s bullshit, honestly. They are not easy but that doesn’t mean they will all fail because of it. Normal relationships take work (yes, even if you’re in love, you still have to work at a relationship) and LDR’s take even more work. It’s not for everyone and yes, some will fall apart. But I wouldn’t trade that time for anything. My husband and I were long distance for the first 6.5 years of our relationship. 500+ miles apart and almost no money, we sawRead More →

Are you ready to get a little personal today? I’ve always been the kind of person who is honest and upfront and tells the truth. But I don’t talk about sex much. Not because I don’t want to but because it’s such a taboo subject. It’s not something you talk about in “polite” company, you can’t go around telling people you like to fuck or write stories about fucking because…well I don’t know why, but that’s just the way it is. So if you don’t want to hear it, close this page now because we’re talking about it. Sex. From the fact that I’m anRead More →