All week I’ve looked forward to this, and now it’s cancelled. It’s such a small thing, but I’m far more disappointed than I want to be.
“How are you doing?” hits differently when you’re grieving.
The reality is that burnout can take an awfully long time to recover from.
I’ve seen amazing relationship systems, where people were happy, things were harmonious — and everyone in them suffered mostly from a kind of “pinch me” syndrome.
I get a little dizzy thinking about it sometimes. And proud of us. For the flexibility, for being kind during those dances even if we sometimes stepped on each other’s toes.
You have no idea how wonderful you are. How much you help. You gave me the world and said it was no big deal.
Being successful at polyamory really is about choosing the hard thing that helps you grow.
I’ll keep telling people I care about them, even if it sometimes results in a broken heart.
We should be grateful for those moments when someone finally tells us the “obvious.” Whether it’s complimentary or not.
I was a strange little goblin growing up, and the adults were pessimistic about me from early on.