Yesterday's experiment went so well, I went ahead and bought a set of sleep supports to wear on my feet at night: I'm not sure if these are better or worse than what else is out there. They were soft and comfortable to wear until three in the morning, and then my body tried to… Continue reading Happy Feet? Dealing with Foot Pain and Fear.
When I was a little girl, I was told "just be yourself," as if this were a magic wand fix for all of life's troubles. You don't have any friends? Just be yourself! You're a weird, awkward kid? Just be yourself! You dress funny and the kids push you to the ground at recess? Just… Continue reading Don’t be yourself. No really, don’t.
Mother's Day is a tricky holiday for me. You see, I lost my mother years ago to Multiple Sclerosis, and while my relationship with my mother was complicated, she was still my mom. Since her death, I've had other women come into my life, other mothers who have helped fill the mom-shaped hole in my… Continue reading Mother’s Day Reflections