are the glue of the DID brain.
When those start to crack,
and life is never the same again.
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Writing. Surviving. Thriving.
A daily selection of the best content published on WordPress, collected for you by humans who love to read.
analog explorer in a digital world
Thought Catalog is a digital youth culture magazine dedicated to your stories and ideas.
the life, times and ramblings of jaythenerdkid. probably not safe for children.
Straight up, with a twist.
Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Cook in Ireland
Experiences from a veteran and full-time student
Essays by Marie Billiel
watercolor and things that fall out of my fingers, art, watercolor, words. I sell stuff too! Email me at email@example.com
Exploring longform, The New Journalism, creative nonfiction--whatever you want to call it
Writing about my experiences with: depression, anxiety, OCD and Aspergers
Random thoughts in war and peace
Public Storytelling in the Collar City and Beyond
writer | editor | thinker | doer
Stories from our family home in Tasmania
Read. Ingest the words. Like little blue pills, they will affect you.
Surviving Domestic Violence
Words fail, but sometimes I try
more than meets the eye
For those who love addicts
Trust Me, I'm a Redhead.
a literary fix
Just another WordPress.com site
A story of grief by a man and a boy
''Veritas Numquam Perit.''
random stuff about random stuff
Happiness. It's relative.
something to suck on
Literary pilgrims welcome
Taking the journey, bumps and all
Being a grown-up is a mixed bag.
Drafting of the poets I'm the No. 7 pick
For Those Who Love to Eat and Cook as Much as I Do.
Jesus, Politics, and Bathroom Humor...
A Panama Expat & World Travel Blog
Original Art by Award Winning Artist Kendall Kessler
Academic librarian with 15+ years of experience. Passionate about lifelong learning and student success. Interested in user experience and organizational leadership. For me, being a librarian has never been about the books--it's about the people!
beyond your peripheral vision... (site has been archived, only a few posts remain here)
PTSD is an Everyday Battle