Being A Woman In A Transgender World

Until the last few weeks, transgender issues were not a focus in my every day concerns with society. After a recent public shaming of the Harry Potter author, J. K. Rowling, it had me a bit concerned about the definition of a woman. Here is the original post that started the bruh ha ha. reading Being A Woman In A Transgender World

Social But Not Social

A twitter user named @brokeymcpoverty asked her audience "I'm curious. if you're comfortable doing so, post a picture of you that you shared on social media where you were actually having a really tough time in life even tho you look perfectly fine in the picture." Her followers were honest and they posted their pictures … Continue reading Social But Not Social

Hate And Inequality Are Here To Stay

Photo by Kelly Lacy on Universal peace and love are improbable I remember in the 80s when the song We are the World came out. The video showed a wonderful ensemble of people who wanted to hold hands across the globe and make peace universal. I loved the concept but it did not change … Continue reading Hate And Inequality Are Here To Stay

The Hell Of A Relationship

As the therapist spoke, I felt myself becoming more cynical and apathetic to his client's situation. Actually, my cynicism was there long before this therapist staffed his client. I had expressed my cold eye-rolling opinion about this particular client's situation in an email exchange; however, as the therapist staffed, I remained quiet. There was no … Continue reading The Hell Of A Relationship

Who Is Your Brother’s Keeper?

Do you recall in the Bible when it talks about each person is his/her brother's (sister's) keeper? This was highlighted in the best-friend/brothers from another mother story of David and Jonathon. Recap The David and Jonathon bromance. At the time, Jonathon's father Saul was the King. Saul started going crazy and threatened David (who God … Continue reading Who Is Your Brother’s Keeper?

COVID-19 Panicked or Coping?

So, if you have been living in the wilderness without any communication then, COVID-19 and its destruction or conspiracy theories would be a surprise. As most of the world is going through crisis mode and the other 1-2% is pretending like it's a beautiful day in the neighbourhood, people are struggling to deal with this … Continue reading COVID-19 Panicked or Coping?

Who Advocates For You

When you are young, healthy and have no stress in the world, you rarely think about having to fight for yourself. As I become accustomed to my role as my parents' medical mouthpiece, I am starting to understand the importance of speaking up and asking questions. I also understand the importance of a good provider … Continue reading Who Advocates For You

The Perks Of Being A Bully

Think carefully and name one person who you would describe as a bully. These days it's PC to be on the stop bullying campaign but to be honest, it's not doing much to change people's behaviors. Why? Because being a bully comes with lots of perks:They get respect (more like feared) They get more likes … Continue reading The Perks Of Being A Bully

Are There Any Good Partners Left?

Are there any good men left? That question was posed to me by someone who was looking for companionship but has entangled herself into some unsavory situations. A few days before that, a man was in distress after finding out that his spouse was cheating with a married man for over a year. Yet, she … Continue reading Are There Any Good Partners Left?