to all of the guest stars in my story

When you showed up and started speaking your lines, I guess we both thought you would be there forever. Except for one or two of you (we knew it was always meant to be a walkon). No matter how many good, indifferent, horrid, tea, coffee, wine, or sexy times we might have experienced together, not … Read moreto all of the guest stars in my story

cootie catcher

If your significant other has alexithymia, you will not get the emotional validation or authentic intimacy that make a relationship meaningful and genuine. Loneliness, uncertainty, misunderstanding – These are feelings that often come up for those in relationships with alexithymic people. It is also important to acknowledge what alexithymic people experience in the context of … Read morecootie catcher

Insufficient facts always invite danger

In some cases, some people act negatively toward being loved. It is challenging to tolerate and accept. Many people would rather be around those that treat them like rubbish than be with people that adore them for who they are. They pine after old relationships with people that cheated on them or abused them because … Read moreInsufficient facts always invite danger


Delusions are defined as fixed, false beliefs that conflict with reality. Despite contrary evidence, a person in a delusional state can’t let go of these convictions. 1. Delusion are often reinforced by the misinterpretation of events. Many delusions also involve some level of paranoia. Friends of mine sent Eirik texts thinking it would get him … Read moredelire


“The less welcome I felt, the more I had to try.” disagreeable distasteful objectionable obnoxious unacceptable undesirable uninvited unpleasant unwanted blackballed displeasing exceptionable excess baggage excluded ill-favored inadmissible left out in cold lousy not in the picture rejected repellent shut out thankless unasked unpopular unsought unwished-for I am not sure that I have ever said … Read morealright

nth hoop

I remember back in the LiveJournal days, I was in a community for abuse survivors. I never posted my own story, I just commented on those that did. I was never brave enough. I did notice something: Over the years, the women that I have kept up with (I am friends with several of them … Read morenth hoop