When I was a little girl I was obsessed with puff sleeves and still had the notion that I could draw which I mostly exhibited in church… Read more “Little Girls Are Objects: How Not To Teach Modesty”
I know I am not an expert. I have never struggled with pornography but I’ve been hit by the wake that it causes.
Three years ago I shared publicly for the first time that I suffered from Anorexia Nervosa and that was one of the hardest self disclosures I ever did. I debated for months and months about whether I was brave enough to allow the world in on my little secret.
I would argue that your name definitely is important in deciding who you are going to be. Of course there are many different elements that are more important but I feel like a name definitely is a subconscious contributor
All I ever hear about is how people hate their exes and how I should lament my wasted time and scream at you for screwing my life over. But that is not what this letter is about because you were not a waste of my time nor did you screw me over.
I am the annoyingly talkative ninety-five percent extroverted girl who loves nothing more than to express what is going on in her head. But I have a… Read more “The Paradox of A Socially Anxious Extrovert”
I hope my struggle with self harming will help people understand why one might self harm in order to help them heal.
A little girl used to saying, “It doesn’t matter.” It doesn’t matter if I speak or not because even if I do you’ll never understand me. It… Read more “It Does Matter”
The thing most people notice about this sixteen year old girl is normally that she’s loud, sarcastic and skinny. I can’t remember how many people have hugged me and then commented “darn you’re skinny!”