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Happy Almost New Years

Well, it's almost time. Time for celebrations and, more importantly, time for new beginnings. For many people, myself included, this is when we cement our New Year's resolutions and plan out how we're going to reach them. I have several resolutions for 2019, mostly revolving around self-improvement. This year I used the Pentacle Goals Worksheet… Continue reading Happy Almost New Years

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disability · spirituality · Uncategorized

Yuletide Greetings!

Happy Winter Solstice everyone! And happy first day of Yule! While I don't celebrate this Sabbat as traditionally as most pagans, I still feel a deep connection to it and celebrate it 'mentally', if that makes sense. Being a low-spoon pagan/witch, most of the standard Yule celebrations are a bit much for me. But I… Continue reading Yuletide Greetings!

autism · Bipolar Disorder · BPD · Creative corner · disability · mental health

The Procrastination Monster

The Procrastination Monster, a poem by Elliott Knight   I have a monster friend Their name's Procrastination They like to taunt and torment me and waste my imagination   I want to read, and write, and draw and do oh so many things but Procrastination's there to stop me; always waiting in the wings  … Continue reading The Procrastination Monster

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Being Labeled “High Functioning” Kept Me Isolated and Hindered My Personal Growth

cw: ableism, functioning labels, attempted suicide   When I was 12 years old, I was diagnosed with "high-functioning Asperger's Syndrome". I didn't know it then, but this essentially translated to "you're basically normal, so you're going to get none of the help you actually need, as well as have your struggles hand-waved." While I did… Continue reading Being Labeled “High Functioning” Kept Me Isolated and Hindered My Personal Growth