I've decided that when it comes to politics, I'm no longer going to be nice and sugar coat things just to make it more palatable for people who don't care enough to see what the problem is here. I will also not allow gaslighting about politics, the guilt trip where I'm told Trump has done... Continue Reading →
Yes, I'm making a political post, because when it comes down to it, it's not actually about politics at all, it's about our baptismal vows and the commandment about loving our neighbors. When I took Baptismal Vows in the Episcopal Church, I promised several things (and yes I break those promises and have to repent... Continue Reading →
I couldn’t decide between committing suicide to end the pain now, or to spend an eternity in hell, so when I did make a suicide attempt after over five years of obsessively thinking about it, I only got so far because it turned out that my fear of hell overrode my desire to not live a life of shame.
I am beginning a blog series about learning that God loves me after a lifetime of shame. I plan to post on Monday and Thursday each week. I am writing this because I need to get my story out for my benefit, but I'm also writing it for the benefit of others. You also have... Continue Reading →