Category: boundaries

Thoughts on the Netflix show Ozark, more assorted podcast thoughts and other randomnesses

In an episode of the This American Life podcast, the guests on the show talked about how here in the United States, Corona Virus has literally taken over our world. There were several stories told about people who work in the healthcare field who are having a rough time because they can’t even touch the …

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Assorted Multiamory podcast thoughts

In a recent episode of the Multiamory podcast, the hosts talked to people in the polyamorous community about the different types of relationship styles that people find work for them, besides traditional monogamy. Listening to this particular episode of the show made me smile because I fully support alternative relationships; and even though I don’t …

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Some multi-Media thoughts and more social isolation

I recently read a book called The Atheist’s Way; the author of this book is named Eric Maisel. And TBH, reading this book came at the perfect time, meaning that given the turmoil that the entire world is in right now, reading a book about making one’s own meaning in life was literally just what …

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Numerous podcast thoughts, and numerous other reflections

Since I love to read and since I have tons of books downloaded onto the Voice Dream Reader app, I’m going to attempt to do more pleasure reading in the coming days than I’ve done lately. All of the books I’ve downloaded onto the Voice Dream Reader app are from Bookshare. And quite frankly, Bookshare …

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Assorted thoughts on being childfree, living with disabilities, dating and school changes

Most of the day yesterday commpletely dragged on for me because I kept seeing Corona Virus news updates on assorted forms of social media. But that being said, in a way, it was great that I kept up with those updates because doing so gave me a clear idea of what the verdict would be …

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Unexpected chaos on many fronts, assorted podcast thoughts and other fun stuff

This past Wednesday, one of my local friends was kind enough to take me to school. The reason I needed this person’s help was because I’d gotten home too late from the previous day’s doctor appointment and was therefore unable to schedule a ride to and from school Wednesday. But that being said, this friend …

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More thoughts on the Britney: The Zone experience, a weird dream and other randomnesses

In my last blog entry, there were a few things I forgot to mention about the Britney: The Zone event. One thing, was that I held a stuffed animal that was shaped like a snake; that was fun, though one of my friends said that the snake looked strange. LOL. But the other thing I …

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Assorted TV show thoughts, podcast thoughts and numerous reflections

In the latest episode of the Hidden Brain podcast, its host Shankar Vedantam first told a story about a psychologist who’d done numerous studies to figure out what lengths people would go to, when it came to following orders…even if those orders were harmful to human beings. And as this particular story continues, we the …

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Music/podcast thoughts, more thoughts on being childfree, living with disabilities and other updates and reflections

I recently submitted a feedback report to Apple because within the last week, when I’ve tried to view all episodes of the This American Life podcast using my phone, I’m only able to view a few episodes. This is incredibly frustrating to me because I’m almost certain that there are lots more episodes of said …

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More thoughts on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, being childfree, one’s sexual identity and my second time being featured on someone’s blog

In the FB group that’s called Have a Gay Day, someone posted a topic asking how people knew about their sexual identity. The response I wrote to that thread reads:It can be different, for different people. For example, for me, my circumstances were such that for the longest time, I stayed in the closet, even …

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