Size, and where’s the virtue?

DEAR ABBY: I’ve been dealing with some emotional stress for well over a year. I’ve recently found out my wife’s ex was much more well-endowed than I am. I understand that’s not the most important thing, but it is messing with me mentally. One reason is, a long time ago when she was drunk, sheContinue reading “Size, and where’s the virtue?”

Justifications out the wazoo!

DEAR MISS MANNERS: My partner of over 10 years is a wonderful person, and has been my rock through extraordinarily challenging circumstances. I feel very fortunate that we’ve found each other, and I know he feels the same. My concern is that he has a way of interacting with people — including myself — thatContinue reading “Justifications out the wazoo!”

I’m confused about the stigma.

I’m confused about the stigma of mental illness. I agree that people shouldn’t be stigmatized for being mentally ill, but all too often, there’s overlap with other issues. First of all, people who are grossly immature are written off as being mentally ill. This is problematic because: people shouldn’t dismissively be called mentally ill, andContinue reading “I’m confused about the stigma.”

Controlling tendencies and the reappearance of Bad Girl Elizibeth!

Dear Mesmerizing Meg: How do I get her to give me closure? I broke up with my girlfriend a couple of years ago. She and I had a good relationship; she was everything I could’ve asked for in a person; however, there were times where I felt as if she wasn’t supporting me. Eventually, IContinue reading “Controlling tendencies and the reappearance of Bad Girl Elizibeth!”

The biggest narcissist in Louisville.

My mother, ladies and gentlemen, is a [bleep]. For those of you who followed my old blog, I’m sure I don’t need to convince you. These were her antics (in short-list form) from today, when I went to take her to her doctor’s appointment: She harassed me about  my birth name, [M-word]. She had anContinue reading “The biggest narcissist in Louisville.”

Oh no, detention!

Dear Mesmerizing Meg: Today I had English. I messed about in class, talking, throwing paper around, etc. My teacher said that unless I started to behave I would be punished. I ignored this and carried on, tallking and messing about, and my teacher gave me a last warning. Again I carried on talking; she thenContinue reading “Oh no, detention!”

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