I didn't ask these questions because I partially didn't care about the answers, at this point I wanted the surgery no matter what, I was prepared for anything. This worked out in the end but very easily could not have. This is a list of the questions I should have asked my doctor about my [...]
As I have said in my many posts about my breast reduction, I think it's important for me to talk about it. In fact, I think it's one of the most important things I am doing right now. I have stated in the past that I struggled to find good information and content on breast [...]
The Book of Essie By Meghan MacLean Weir Published June 2018 I borrowed this book from my local library. Get a library card and use it! This review contains slight spoilers and references to sex abuse I really loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I know most people say that about the books [...]
love winter, but I've never really loved Christmas. I find christmas movies obnoxious and christmas music grating like nails on a chalkboard. I hate red and green together, and the insane consumerism surrounding at least America's Christmas is absurd.
I love food, but some foods don't love me. I have spent most of my adult life constipated and in pain. I was in such constant pain that when I finally removed the foods in my life that were contributing to the pain, I actually began noticing when other foods upset my stomach. I know [...]
Why is being an attention seeker perceived as a negative thing? Why can I be an attention seeker in my writing but not in my life? Why do we shame and resent people who need more or a different kind of attention than we do?
After my breast reduction, I wore my stained surgical bras for months pining for the day I could buy new pretty bras. When I was allowed to buy and wear real bras, we went straight to Nordstrom's. Mom and I wanted to get me something special as my “first bra” and mom actively boycotts Victoria's [...]