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Yes, My Mental Health Is A Disability…Whether I Like It Or Not.

I hate saying the phrase "I am disabled," because I can walk, talk, go to the bathroom myself, shower myself, dress myself. Physically I am capable - if terrible shape, I can still do most things for myself without asking for help. My disability comes in the form of mental health issues, I deal with… Continue reading Yes, My Mental Health Is A Disability…Whether I Like It Or Not.

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I’d Rather Be Alone and Happy Than Surrounded and Miserable

As you all know I told everyone to leave me alone about two years because I wanted my time to heal. Now that I have this time I've been thinking a lot about the relationships of my past. There are a few people that meant the world to me, and others that I can't stand… Continue reading I’d Rather Be Alone and Happy Than Surrounded and Miserable

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I will never stop talking about sex

In my last post I talked about the kinds of sex that I used to like, and in some cases still do. In this post I need to talk about why it's important to talk about sex after you've been abused. This isn't an easy topic for most people, but especially those of us who… Continue reading I will never stop talking about sex

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Stop apologizing for healing your way

The days of saying I am sorry are long over, because I took a look at my life and I realized just how hard I had to fight to save my life - granted I had a lot of help, but prior to having help I was alone. I was in complete and utter enemy… Continue reading Stop apologizing for healing your way

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An Open Letter to the City of Surrey

Have you ever seen Arrow? Yeah, that thing where he says "You have failed this city", you are doing that right now by trying to close down recovery homes instead of trying to regulate them as you should. Here's a list of what proper recovery homes should have been providing in return for minimum $500… Continue reading An Open Letter to the City of Surrey