Trigger warning: this post discusses toxic relationships and how to cope with the emotional after math of being a highly sensitive person. Continue reading with caution. Am I too sensitive? Or are people too insensitive to my feelings and beliefs? As a child, I was always a bit of a loner and liked spending time … Continue reading Mind over matter: are you too sensitive, or are they insensitive?
As a moderator of a few online groups, I often get hate mail thrown my way. I'm used to it. I have a pretty thick thin when it comes to online harassment and bullying. But there are some things I just simply do not tolerate and sometimes you're damned if you do and damned if … Continue reading Monday thoughts: professional grievance mongering
The other week, I responded to a question in Ask Reddit and for once, it was a really good question. I've lost track of it now, buried far deep in dozens of comments and replies. But the gist of the question was this: I can't cry. I want to cry. I know I should cry. … Continue reading Self-care: why crying is good for you
This is a really good topic that someone asked in one of my reddit groups that I'm a member of. The poster asked how he could stop interrupting people. He recognized that this was a problem he had and couldn't let people finish their stories without interrupting them to ask questions. He said it wasn't … Continue reading Career advice: active listening
I woke up early this morning trying to think of something interesting that I could write about today. When I'm stuck in a creative rut, I often turn to Reddit for inspiration. The site does not disappoint when it comes to sparking interest. A discussion popped up in Ask Reddit about Simone Biles who is … Continue reading A case of the twisties – Simone Biles – mental health awareness