Tag Archives: weakness

Weaponizing Kindness

Or, how to make a strength out of a (perceived) weakness.  If you read my past post about my gifted scientist friend V., you know that I was pretty miffed when she named kindness and patience as my most admirable qualities. It … Continue reading

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Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact

Selfishly Social: An Essay On The Need For Contact Why do we need others? We do, it is a proven fact. Lacking instincts, we need exposure to others than ourself to learn even the most basic life skills. Humans learn through … Continue reading

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Help Me Escape Myself

I will never be able to escape. Wherever I go, I carry it with me, weakness when I look in the mirror, lack of character in everything I do. Oh it’s all so easy, easy-peasy, isn’t it? Always picking the … Continue reading

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I broke… On running and cowardice.

After months, and I really mean months, of not even the tiniest little cut, I broke down and cut my upper left arm all the way from shoulder bone to halfway my elbow. It’s a long story, but to put … Continue reading

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