Getting a Little OCD

Okay, yet again, let me preface this post with a little back-story (you’re getting used to this now, aren’t you?)… All of my life, I have been one to keep things rather tidy in my bedroom. I’ve never cared about the rest of my house (which is always messy due to the dogs, my siblings, […]

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Failing to Fit In

I’ve never been one to immediately fit in with a group of people. Even in Kindergarten, when most kids would walk right up to a stranger and become best friends within minutes, I was always an extra wheel that was for a different car model. It’s a place where a lot of people have been; […]

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Stress Without Reasoning

Pardon my useless posting within the next few weeks… The title of this post may seem confusing to you. I won’t lie, it’s confusing to me when I read it. But hopefully, with explanation, you’ll be able to understand and connect to what I’m saying. Stress is something everyone experiences many times throughout their lives. […]

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Children Understanding Death

Death is inevitable, and the people that avoid it and ignore it are just timid and not sure of what to think about it. I’ve known since I was about five years old what it means to lose someone, as I lost my first dog around that time. It wasn’t easy for me at all. […]

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Fifty Stages of Maggie’s Hair

I wrote out this whole post, and it deleted. I am shaking with anger, but I will rewrite it just for you, kids. I have a special relationship with my hair. Alright, calm down. Quit rolling your eyes, and listen. Everyone has a feature that they get OCD about, and for me, it’s my hair. […]

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Families That Fight

It’s absolutely unavoidable. I couldn’t tell anyone that their families would stop fighting, because a lot of the time, they won’t. And, it’s assumed that I’m referring to couples, but I’m also referring to siblings, siblings and parents, siblings and yourself. Everyone pushes each other’s buttons, especially my family. There’s a silence upstairs, I’ve been […]

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