I Quit My Job!

Whew, boy. What a relief! Well, kinda. As some of you may know, I’m in graduate school. I’m in the final semester of my Master’s degree which means I’m completing the required clinical internships before I graduate in May. So far, things have been very demanding because I’ve been working a full-time job, studying, completing […]

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Rambling thoughts on a Thursday

Ugh… It’s been a long, long couple of months. I finally got through the end of the semester by what feels like the skin of my teeth. I’m behind on my internship hours and feeling so exhausted and unaccomplished.. But is that me or the depression talking? Sorry, it’s been a long time since I’ve […]

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Small victories

Despite having a pretty good weekend catching up with friends, I still woke up this morning feeling like I got zero break from work at all. I woke up on time, but dang was it hard to get myself out of the house. It was definitely one of those days when I didn’t think I […]

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Wednesday Musings

I don’t have a deep or insightful article for you today. Just some thoughts on how challenging this degree is for me these days, now that I’m in my internship. I did the math today and discovered that I’m way further behind on my hours than I thought I was. Like, I’m 1/6th of the […]

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Resilience – A Personal Perspective

If you search “resilience” on Google, these are some of the things you’ll find: A dictionary definition of the word, stating that resilience is ” the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness,” or ” the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.” A Psychology Today resource that links to […]

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How I Realized I’m A Late Blooming Lesbian (AKA, how thick can you get?)

Okay, so I want to clarify something here. Some people I’ve met don’t really consider the age of 24 as “late blooming” or an odd age to discover your true sexuality. After all, that’s about the age at which your prefrontal cortex (the brain’s personality, reasoning, and decision-making center) is fully formed. I use the […]

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2019 Has Been a Hell of a Year

This may sound a bit cliche, but I can’t believe it’s already October. Months have come and gone in the blink of an eye, and I’m a semester and a half away from graduating with my Master’s degree. It’s been about 1 year since I finally admitted to myself and my (then) husband that I’m […]

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