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Like Dominoes

I truly didn’t believe there could be anyone out there who was this perfectly suited for me.  I mean, what were the chances of that?  In every relationship, there are compatibilities and there are differences.  There are the things that work out easily and the obstacles to overcome.  In each of my past relationships, there were […]

Protected: Hmmm. This is big.

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Protected: Structure, ADD, and Ingrained Attitudes

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Hope & Self Castigation

This entry will be a bit more personal than most, but I just have a feeling it might be helpful to someone if I share. I’ve told my therapist on several occasions that I often feel like a fool after each time I’ve let myself hope again.  Turns out, it’s not so uncommon for adults […]

An ADDitional Piece of The Puzzle

So, I emailed my therapist last week about something (not related to the topic of this post), and I mentioned that I have so much trouble switching my focus from one thing to another.  If I’m on top of things at work and have a productive day, then when I get home I can’t seem […]

Because. I. Can.

Finishing NaNoWriMo with over 50,000 words this year was about so much more than writing 50,000 words. Looking back at the numbers from past years, I see that after the first two years, the percentage of NaNo participants who actually crossed the 50K finish line ranges from 14% to 17%. It’s an accomplisment to be […]

A Kick In The Ass For Day Seven

BTC’s comment on my Day Two post was just what I needed (thank you, BTC!).  I started out at a great pace for the first two days of NaNoWriMo.  I was thrilled and excited and very pleased with myself. And then Sunday night, I accidentally glutened myself with my hair color.  That, mixed with not […]

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