Emotional Octopus tentacles

After preparing my own octopus dish and relating it to my love life, I gained a deeper revelation about the ways I have been suckered into entangling relationships because I hadn't taken time to be alone first.  I can handle a lot of physical pain because I have had to live with it most of …

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Living me

Most people are annoyed in life because they never meet their goals. I need to meet my goals. I have accomplished much but still have bigger dreams to attain. Th saying goes, "Commit yourself to the how and the way will come". I really don't know what I can't do. I'll try anything once and …

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Rebounding into relationships

Rebound relationships seldom make it for the long haul because grieving the death of relationship is similar to a loved one dying.  When I interviewed a man who had been re-married for 20 plus years he simply stated that he regretted not being alone before starting to date again.  Loneliness has a way  of interfering …

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WAFFLEHOUSE & Wild Encounters

"Please don't air out all of my personal relationship rifts in front of all these people", was all I could think when the Pastor acknowledged my single-hood from the pulpit.  I thought for sure that my deepest, darkest sins were going to be put on blast before a group of strangers and let's face it, …

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Mental stimulation surpasses sex

Last time I checked a guy out with a glance over, was last weekend.  He had the physical attributes that I found appealing and seemed nice enough.  The key words are, "nice enough", because the description screams apathy, and is indeed applicable here.  As soon as I gazed upon him for 5 seconds I quickly …

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The Judge

"It's amazing how movies can do that, lure you right into someone else's pain as it tears down your walls for the actors relationships while making your own vulnerable.  Your breath slows as you wait for every argumentative word to pack a punch of climatic ridicule and then you gasp when both people really shutter …

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Surrender to save your heart, The Moth

I have always told stories since I was a little girl.  It wasn't until recently that I discovered performing your story before a live audience was a real deal.  This was created for me, the actress who never hit the silver screen but had numerous inquiries if I was famous.  Maybe it's the name Angie …

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