Life and Morality – “Buy the ticket, take the ride”

A famous quote by Hunter S. Thompson, “Buy the ticket, take the ride”. I’m sure many of you know of him as he’s likely one of the most famed writers in American literature and journalism to date. LIfe as we know it is such a structured, disciplined system created by the institutions around us and […]

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“Journaling Your Way to Self Reclamtion” – A Guest post by Amy Maglitto

I’ve been speaking with a woman through private messaging on my facebook page ( for a little while now, her name is Amy Maglitto. From what she has told me she has had a very traumatic past and also lived with multiple mental health disorders as well several physical disorders, undiagnosed for most of her life. […]

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Peaches Muhgee

Things get a little tense here at times. So here’s a little something to lighten the mood; I present to you Peaches Muhgee. I adopted her probably four months ago and registered her as my emotional support animal, but I think I’m more so her emotional support human! It’s not always easy to blog/manage my […]

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To My Teenage Followers

I don’t know how many people under the age of 18 follow my WordPress account or sister Facebook page; if there is a way to do so, somebody please let me know. But now that I’ve started a Facebook page, the teenagers playground, I want to write a post directed primarily at people under the […]

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To All My Facebook Followers

First of all, this post is primarily dedicated to the Facebook page that I recently created. So far it has done very well, far better than I was expecting, and I am so thankful for all of you that have liked my page and interacted on it whether through private conversations or by  commenting for […]

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sonder n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed, […]

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Where to now

When we are finally sober; where exactly do we start. I suppose I’ve never really touched on this topic in my blog. If you were in the grips off addiction like I was, you more than likely feel like you lost a lot of yourself and a lot of years:  your character, personal ideation, personality, life; […]

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