Like Grey Gardens but Not: Mothers and Daughters I have been thinking a lot about mothers and daughters lately. I blame it on four things: 1. I keep seeing the commercial for Flowers in the Attic coming on Lifetime. (One of my favorite books as a teenager, and man, what a mean mother) 2. I’m …
Becoming a caretaker may not even involve your parents, you could find yourself caring for a friend, grandparent, or neighbor. You may be put into the role when you’re older, or you may find yourself in a situation similar to mine- unexpected and unprepared and relatively young. There are some valuable lessons to be learned through the experience, and a few key points to keep in mind.
If we as a society are so fascinated with these age gap relationships, we need to stand back actually and listen to the people involved.
About that suspect Brangelina letter: what the ACTUAL fuck?
Hey, you! Be nice to yourself, cause ain’t no one gonna do it for you.
What do you promise?
One of my spirit animals is RuPaul. Among his many resonating and meaningful quotes is this one; “What other people think of me is none of my business.”
Letting myself into Kevin’s writing was like talking to an old friend.
I hope you buy things from my Etsy page so that I can pay for my plastic surgery. – Myriam Gurba
I had been too much for him, for this man I willingly chose to love- this man who hated strong women- too bright and loud and full of life.
… after 5 months I’m totally the expert, right? Right. And because I’m the expert, below is what I’ve learned so far about being in a long-distance relationship. You’re welcome.
Some scary scenarios right here.
I admit I wrote a Leonard Cohen poem once. I was young—
I am truly sorry not everyone has good parents, but you need friends, not a mom you just met. You’re a grown ass woman, not the Little Match Girl.
A lover once told me that if I were an entry in a dictionary it would simply read: ?