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blogging, body image, courage, depression, dysmorphia

Feeling Misunderstood …

Something psychiatry can’t help you with is how you look or what people think of you, it’s the reverse feeling of empowerment to be situated worse off in life or convinced that you have a debilitating disease that cannot be overcome. It doesn’t make sense to me how I can write and do well through blogging, when I speak well not when I write in …

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advocacy, book

What’s Working …

Before you question the positives and start gaslighting [1] and blaming or drawing negative attentions toward others, focus on your confidence, that’s a gift that no one can take away from you, whether you think another is wrong, whether you think what you’re doing is right, or whether you believe your actions will carry conversations in the right direction, in times like these my diplomatic …

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progress, teamwork

Once You’re Done …

In the aftermath of any battle, we may find ourselves picking up the pieces and reflecting on what has transpired. It may be hard to remove things from memory but there are ways to overcome your anguish, and finally let your defensive walls down again. It can be stressful keeping up walls, and find your happy medium. There are ways, to “take steps to repair …

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advice, affirmations

Let’s Clean House … Where to Start

One of the best feelings about feeling good, is having your sense of predictability back, able to read yourself, and see clear. It seems like we lose the back of our minds when emotions are heightened and tensions are running rampant with negative thoughts and feelings about ourselves and where we see ourselves at the present. So how do we get there? For anyone in …

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abuse, advocacy, affirmations

How to Let Things Go Post Trauma … #stopschoolshootings

One of the first things I learned about myself moving forward is about being eligible to work for any type of victim services, so that was a good point Greg Gutfield, that it would be ridiculous to have someone like “OJ do victim services.” Whether I relate to that or am offended by that as a woman, or by the charcter of my relationships with …

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attitude, looking bad, looking good, modeling, personal story, self-love, social media, style, thoughts

The Most Tiring Aspect (re-blogged) …

Originally Published 08-13-22 The most tiring aspect of being a blogger and becoming known is the limitations that others have with respect to your health, past, or acceptance for you, not seeing what others see in you, in terms of what it is you do well and a thorough job of ensuring, the confidences of others. Whenever things are too much for someone I think, …

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abuse

#enoughsaid (re-blogged)

Originally Published 06-23-22 To be written at #laxcourthouse protesting a recent situation being harassed by someone pretending to be #toddspitzer and a publicist I don’t need love from random people who are important in other worlds. I’ve had a good life and met wonderful people. I don’t need to be exposed made to look stupid and be made fun of for being half Asian and …

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Not Handling Things Well … (re-blogged)

Originally Published 08-14-22 Not handling things well today, it seems like things can be going well and things can still not turn out right, not with your haters, not with your followers, there always seems to be a dumbfounded wonder over my health, even when Im doing my best. We’re not perfect. Which makes me wonder what is expected of you. When I started out …

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blogging, defamation

Right Now … (re-blogged)

Originally Published 07-13-22 Right now things are uncomfortable, things are time consuming, things are difficult, and everyone is trying to put together a picture of what is occurring and why, as well as hear from others to determine how things are happening and why, this is why we have the news, to hear testimony and opinions from selected speakers, things are starting to evolve we …

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Discover Your Inner Genius: Behavior Economics, Social Media, and Problem Solving … (re-blogged)

Please Note: To be published @ level 21 (04-30-22) According to psychologytoday.com, feeling smart has been described as the “the logic in emotion and the emotion in logic.” [1] Eyal Winter, author of “Feeling Smart,” is an advocate for our ability to read into “our emotions [that] serve us, and further our interests,” and lends his insight based upon a “quiet revolution … over the …

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