It’s time for book talk! I’m back to almost 20,000 words after getting the book down to 16,000. That’s quite a feat for a week. And now I have this adorable cover! It probably is a bit cisgender – but I wanted the rainbow background for a reason. Please give me some #feedback for fun!Continue reading “Wedding Planning For Spoonies: Now With Actual Spoons! 🥄”
My wedding planning book is going through a few iterations right now. I hope to still work with my editor after doing something really really stupid (in a pain flare I should never email people at night). The plan is to focus on mobility aid users and the chronically ill. It casts a wide net.Continue reading “Wedding Planning for Spoonies: Inspiration & tips for the chronically ill and disabled”
At the end of the day, it’s up to you whether you want to walk down an aisle blindfolded or slowly acknowledge someone for who they are.
My husband and I come from two different worlds. He comes from a different stratosphere than I do. I don’t get along with his family, even before I ran away twice. They mistreated me while we were just dating, and I never really understood why until I looked at class differences and ableism. I canContinue reading “I Got Cinderella’d and It’s Not All Great”
My husband and I’s new relationship may seem unorthodox, but we know better days are ahead as we work together on our problems.
We’ve discovered that letting each other be open and vulnerable even over stuff the other thinks is stupid is the key to getting through our current situation. I’m no longer hearing monsters in the night.
Anyways, Bear, life may not be a rose garden, but it will be a rose pergola with you. Happy one third of an anniversary!
Typically I try to paint as positive a light as possible of my husband and I’s relationship on this blog. This is partially because I try to do my part to build up our fledgling marriage, but I need to talk about something some of the recently diagnosed may be experiencing by their romantic partner: infantilization.Your parter is now the parent and you are now the child in the relationship. The equality you once sought and enjoyed is gone.
I’m going to be writing about trauma therapy and marriage again today, because that’s my life right now. This is not a Whiner McBabypants post where I talk about my specific trauma, rather, these are my reflections on life, love, and marriage as a disabled woman. You know when you just feel sad, and youContinue reading “The Safe Man”
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