I’ve delt with mental illness issues the majority of my life. It’s something that I think I’ve always been aware of, but I never received official diagnoses until I was in my teen years (when they were at its worst). I’ve had various amounts of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideations, depersonalization/dissociation. In my current stage in… Continue reading Bad Mental Health Advice I Received From The Church
Is everyone welcome to attend?What do you believe a women’s role is in the church and family?Do you allow members of the LGBTQ+ community to serve?Does your church host LGBTQ+ weddings?How many genders are there?What is the difference between gender and sex? Are they the same, why or why not?Do you have any gender non-conforming… Continue reading Questions I have for Evengelical Pastors
Every year when my birthday rolls around, I feel a little lost. I suppose it’s exciting but at the same time, I wonder how in the world I made it another year. As someone who has always shitty mental health, I never thought I'd make it past the age of 17. I turn 23 this… Continue reading Heres to 23
I think we can all agree that 2020 was a terrible year. I figured why not make a list of just a few things I learned? Now these are in no particular order, some are pre-pandemic life, time being unemployed, or just a few weeks ago. Making coldbrew coffee is a fun hobby to do… Continue reading 20 Things I learned in 2020
If you've been reading my blog for years and years, you've probably noticed a shift in the wordage that I use in blogs revolving around God. As I've gotten older, my beliefs have evolved (as they should). I've been hesitant to share posts about the questions that I've been asking. I know that this audience… Continue reading Oh god, I need to show some grace
I'm a tad late on this train but here I am. I haven't been blogging much lately as I've been struggling to get all of my thoughts together. I've had the privilege to witness some BLM protests and these are some questions that I have for those openly stating the phrase, "All lives matter" but seemingly… Continue reading Do All Lives Matter? 10 Questions for Republicans
I am the first to say that I haven't been perfect in wearing mask or practicing distancing. When I was unemployed because of COVID-19. I wasn't going to parties, but did I always wear a mask when going to the grocery store? Its embarrassing to admit that I did not. At the end of May,… Continue reading Why wear a Mask?
I am at the age that the majority of the peers I had growing up are experiencing life-changing events. They are graduating from college, getting married, and having babies of their own. This is CRAZY to me because I am only in my early 20s but in conservative evangelicalism, this is what they are doing.… Continue reading I’m Not A Mother (right now), and That’s Okay
It's fair to say that I am ready for things to go back to what used to be my normal. I do well with change, in fact, I love it. Without the Corona Virus happening, I don't think I ever would've realized the small pleasures in life that I take for granted. Good talks with… Continue reading Things I took for granted before COVID-19
Modesty. I have hated that word for many years. When that word is said, I immediately have flashbacks to lectures, shame, and socially acceptable sexism. I think many females who grew up Christan can relate. Today, I am sharing about a different angle of modesty that I think gets looked over. In evangelical culture, you dress… Continue reading Is Modesty Culture a Product of Privilege?