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blah blah blah

That’s what I hear inside my head.  And now, you will get to hear it! It’s been awhile since I blogged about what’s going on in my head.  Work has been super busy.  I’ve no time to blog at work (dammit!), but I do sneak in breaks here and there to read others. So, more …

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the american dream

Earlier this week at work, I attended a presentation that essentially highlighted the results of a poll regarding how those polled viewed The American Dream and the optimistic/pessimistic feelings toward their lives and situations now and in the future.  It also went on to show how the current economic situation has altered The American Dream. It was pretty …

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self assessment (part 2) – intimacy

(Please note that I am not a psychologist and have no formal training.  I do not claim any expertise in any area of psychology.  Nor would I ever advise anyone else in any matters of a psychological nature.  Anything written, while based on existing psychological theory, are purely my personal opinions and thoughts.)   Up …

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self assessment (part 1) – attachment

(Please note that I am not a psychologist and have no formal training.  I do not claim any expertise in any area of psychology.  Nor would I ever advise anyone else in any matters of a psychological nature.  Anything written, while based on existing psychological theory, are purely my personal opinions and thoughts.) I have …

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standing on my own

I was very fortunate enough to find this wonderful blog post by Jeannie, about being alone, over at The Awakened Life. Because of my single status for much of my life, I am very comfortable with being alone.  I don’t feel the overwhelming need to fill my days and nights with social activities that have me …

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walking away

Walking away from a relationship is one of the toughest things we do in our lives.  Whether we were the one ending it or on the receiving end, it hurts either way.  One thing we can hope to count on is that we learn from those experiences.  Everybody who has been kind enough to comment on my …

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random thoughts

This was actually a post I started writing awhile ago…but never got around to posting it.  Ehh, now’s as good a time as ever…. Random things (positive things in blue; negative things in red; neutral things in gray; both good & bad in purple): –          Is the universe laughing its face off by sending me …

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35 was a really bad *love* year

For any of you new readers to my blog, first of all, welcome!  Second of all, I apologize for bringing you into my warped world mind. If you’ve been reading the posts from April, you know that there was a really intriguing shit-tastic break-up that I went through.  Safe to say that April 2011 will …

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and *end scene*

All My Children and One Life to Live are not the only soap operas that have been cancelled.  So has the soap opera of my relationship with St. Elmo.  We are done.  We are no longer going to try to make it work. I’m actually ok.  Or at least I know I will be.  It …

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moving forward

We aren’t out of the woods yet.  The path is still a long one to get out.  But we are willing to go down that long winding path together. I have mixed emotions about what is happening with St. Elmo.  On one hand, I am really happy that he recognized and admitted to the things …

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