Learning and Growing

We are always in a state of learning and growing. Even when we go through hard times, we are learning what works and what doesn’t work. We learn how to regulate ourselves through the trials in life. We learn how to appreciate good things when we going through a rough patch. We learn from our mistakes. We grow and understand things happen and see a bigger picture forming.

Money isn’t Power

Trigger Warning

We live in a world where we are completely dependent on money. We need to to survive. It should have never been that way, but that’s exactly how it is. And there are those who thrive off of having more money than others. They see money as power. They use it to get a way with thing. They can buy their way out of any situation. They can buy any person with the right dollar value, I’m looking at you L.G. And L.S. People will do twisted and sick things for enough money. That would be aimed at you, K.K., and numerous others who would kill for enough money.

I know there are a lot of people who think there are conspiracy theories and that’s all they are, but when you live it, you learn they aren’t theories at all. With enough money, people are capable of disturbing things that make the Saw movies look like My Little Pony. Family and friends will turn on you when enough money is dangled in front of them. There are going to be others who understand what I’m saying. I’m deciding to start speaking up a little at a time.

These people can make their money sex-trafficking children. They can make it by drugging and offering people up to twisted people who think it’s a game to see how badly they can hurt them. We know drug dealing is a problem, but you probably don’t realize how many drug users are willing to do whatever for their next hit. They are an easy target for people with money to not have to get their own hands dirty.

We live in a world that money shouldn’t be what makes it go round. We have government officials who can get away with so much because they hide behind their money (that’s you again, L.S.). They’re all cowards. They’ll never drop their masks for people to see the evil monsters they truly are.


You don’t owe those who hurt you a damn thing. You don’t owe them your time or attention. You don’t owe them an apology for creating boundaries or for walking away. You will never receive an apology from toxic people, the apology they do owe you. They will never admit to the things they have done. They will try to guilt you and pull you back in and continue to use, abuse, and hurt you. They never deserved you in their life. They didn’t have a right to do the things they did. You have the right to find your own peace of mind and to break free from them and their lies. You deserve to have happiness and to find your self-worth, and they will always try to keep that from happening. Move forward. Process your trauma. You don’t owe them anything, but you owe yourself the ability to heal safely and fully.

A Better World

We live in a crazy world. People are mean and hurtful just because they can be. If someone’s views are different, or they love someone of their choosing, others will rip them apart and spread hate. Why? What does this do and does it actually benefit anyone?

Why can’t we all just be kind, be respectful, be truthful? I don’t feel like these are hard concepts. Children were once taught to be all 3 things, but now as adults, no one seems to understand any of it. People hate me because I’m a woman married to a woman. Why? What does my life have to do with anyone else’s? It doesn’t. I’m not hurting anyone with my choice. There is a lot worse I could do in my life. I could be hurting people. I could be taking money to be a liar and to mess with peoples’ minds. I could be a murderer. I could be so many things that maybe might justify judging me, but not who I love.

There are so many ways we can contribute to making the world better. The next time you disagree with someone, you can speak it, that’s fine. What isn’t fine is being mean and hurtful or physically hurting someone because you don’t agree with them. Think of your words and actions before proceeding.