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When Goodbyes Are Better

It only seems to make sense to state your feelings, put your foot down, and say “damn it, I love myself too much for this,” right?  For some reason, this can be a challenge for women.  We sugar coat, we beat around the bush, or we just “let things go.”  As for me, I’m done with that- it didn’t get me anywhere in the past, and I’m certain it won’t get me anywhere in the future. Continue reading

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It’s okay to be alone

“If misery loves company, misery has company enough.” -Henry David Thoreau I grew up an only child, spending my days reading, writing, and using my own imagination to entertain myself. As I grew up, I quickly began to understand that … Continue reading

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