Category: Mental Health

Vacation From Life?

Last year I wrote about trying to be impartial in the situation that currently has taken over my life. What I realized in writing these blogs is that it stirred my anger and depression more then I had realized. I took a break and have been reflecting on […]

Brighter Days

Hi Y’all. I want to say that when I write here it helps me get things out on paper, per se. It helps me organize my thoughts in front of me instead of running around like a caged squirrel on crack in my head. I am sure most […]

I am mentally exhausted

Part of a multi-segmented series on Denial  In my last court date, I was given mandatory call-ins every day for random UA’s. I have no problem with that and the UA comes first over everything. On the weekends it happens in the morning and I walk to the […]

Cracking The Door Open

I have been residing with a homophobic person. It is my own fault that she has become that way; I allowed her to be taught this line of thinking instead of teaching her otherwise. I created this loving, kind, adorable little homophobic child, literally, myself. Getting to where […]

Denial: DCYF’s Mixed Mess 

Part of a multi-segmented series on Denial  Some names, dates, times, and places have been changed to protect privacy  After court on November 4, 2019 DCYF has done what they normally do with parent(s) in my situation; they start to either expand length of visit time or give […]