The Segment in Stigma...

In order for us to understand the concept behind wanting certain things in life, we must first grasp the complexities of knowing who we are, where we stand, and the importance of attaining these wants. Culture, history, and experiences shape our perception of life; therefore, we must educate ourselves on how the world sees us, how you view yourself, our community, families, and individual abilities....more

Steps in Building Confidence..

NOTE: these are NOT my words; this is simply a listing of things that has helped myself and others in our journey to becoming better leaders and overall people.1. Dress Sharp...more

Sex: Four years later...

Let me just start off by stating that I’m a very sexual woman. I love having sex, making love, body-rocking, carpet-munching, “scissoring” or whatever you’d like to call lesbian sex – I love it all. At work, I even daydream about sex: where I’d like to have it, how many orgasms I’d love to experience, role-playing, spankings, biting, scratching…anything you can possibly think of....more

The "Fish" in me...

In my previous post, “The What If Blues”, I went on and on about an anxiety disorder. While I’m not going to recall the post, I do have some interesting and exciting news!...more

I Swam...

I'm often complimented by people who provide flattery on my coping mechanisms. They ask, "Girl, how do you keep it all together?" Little do these people know that "keeping it together" is a task and just because I dress well and seem calm on the outside doesn't mean I'm screaming on the inside. I've decided a long time ago that I would live my best life despite whatever what's put in my path. We've all experienced unfortunate events but what are you going to do about it? Dwell on it? Run from it? or learn from it?...more

The "What If" Blues...

Ok..so..I've let the cat out of the bag - I have an anxiety disorder. Big Whoop! Living with a diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder isn't the hard part. It's the side effects of the irrational thinking and physical consequences of having this terrible disorder. With GAD and most anxiety disorders, there a few issues that arise such as - Intrusive Thoughts- Nightmares- Body Aches- Atypical Chest Pain- The "What If" Blues ...more

Fear is the culprit...

The Culprit is fear... Here's a story about the real deal; there are many people who suffer with Generalized Anxiety Disorder....more