I logged onto Facebook one night, and saw that my friend Nicaragua replied back to my comment I posted on her page. She apologized that she didn’t reply sooner and that she was indisposed at a certain facility for a period of time and that she was going to tell me about it later. For… Read More Schizoaffective Disorder: Creatively Mental Comrades
Empire Mr. Squigglekins and I are huge fans of Fox’s musical-drama show Empire. Luscious Lyon, a successful musician and CEO is diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). He has to choose one of his three sons to be his successor of his company, Empire Entertainment. I enjoy the show because of… Read More And the Stigma Continues: Empire
In the Filipino culture, when your parents or someone older wants to teach you a lesson or make you feel bad, they shame you. Shame is a painful feeling that arises when something dishonorable, improper, or ridiculous is done by oneself or by another. I dislike shame because it has been used against me so… Read More Shame on You!
Blubber Blubber, by the well-known children’s author Judy Blume, is horrifying. The story is about a fifth grade girl named Jill who inadvertently creates the nickname, Blubber, for one of her classmates, Linda. She created the nickname because Linda’s animal report was on whales, and that she’s the chubbiest student in class. Jill shared the… Read More Blubber (When mob mentality Hits School)
Before I left for New York, I left my house keys I thought my mom was going to be home that day and could let me back inside. Well, turned out while I was on the plane heading home, my mom left a voicemail saying that she was going to be at work that day.… Read More My Post-Vacation Meltdown (Or When Shit hits the Fan)