Tag Archives: opinions

The awkwardness of being a Borderline ACON.

I won’t lie.  It’s incredibly awkward being a blogger who blogs about two things that seem diametrically opposed to many people in the narcissistic abuse community:  being a victim of narcissists, and having a Cluster B disorder (BPD).   To those of … Continue reading

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Losing followers.

As a blogger, I always worry when I lose followers, even if it’s only a few.     For the past few weeks my number of followers has remained steady (and the number of visitors and views keeps going up, … Continue reading

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On freaking out.

I shouldn’t freak out so much whenever I post something I’m embarrassed by or ashamed of or that is very personal. I always forget how good running naked in public can feel. The outcome is never bad, and always leads … Continue reading

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#reesesplease @ReesesPBCups and The Hershey Company: stale pbcups are not delicious

Originally posted on leo brown weekly response (2011-2013):
Whenever the JCC swim team went to Friendly’s after a meet, I ordered the decadent, oozy Monster Mash Sundae. I horde Reese’s. I mash peanut butter cups into ice cream whenever possible.…

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Upgraded stats page: yea or nay?

The only thing I like about the upgraded stats page is there’s a button to take you directly back to your site. Otherwise I don’t see much of an improvement if any, and I don’t like the simplified graphs at … Continue reading

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