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More About Me: My Writing Journey

TW: Sexual violence Those of you who have been following my blog since it began are most likely familiar with my story. If you haven’t already, you can read more about my creation of this blog here. This week, I was…

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Financial Aid

Safe Space for Kenyana R

TW: sexual assault, suicide Over the past several years, Kenyana R has been working to recover from the trauma she endured while she was in an abusive relationship. She initially moved to New York City to escape from said relationship. However, since moving there, she has suffered more unrelenting trauma and abuse. In August of 2020, one of the roommates from her first NYC apartment sexually assaulted her. This event forced her to have to move…

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so that one day
a hundred years from now
another sister will not have to
dry her tears wondering
where in history
she lost her voice.

-Jasmine Kaur


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New Music

On July 17th, Julie Koenig debuted her long anticipated first studio album, Renaissance Woman. The work is captivatingly bold and passionate with the perfect blend of both vulnerable and excitable moments. My favorite song on the album, Little Moth, follows the devastating account of a small creature who is drawn into an alluring yet perilous glow. In a recent Facebook post about the release of this single, Julie reveals, “It’s written from the perspective of a woman who has recently left an abusive relationship, and is watching another woman take her place.” Stream Little Moth through the Spotify link above and you can listen to Julie’s full album here.

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Attention lovers of Poetry!!
Skeleton Trees is one of the most powerful collections of poetry I’ve ever read. TJ articulates the vulnerability of longing and the constant heartbreak that comes with emotional abuse. Her authenticity shines through the rawness of her emotions. I’m especially grateful to the author because during one of my darkest times, her words inspired me to write about my own traumatic experiences. As cliché as it may sound, I remember I read it all in one sitting because I just couldn’t put it down. Do yourself a favor and check it out on Amazon!

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The highly anticipated comeback of Adele’s majestic voice and poetic lyrics were all we needed to complete Sad Girl Fall! Easy on Me illustrates the reflection of a young love, regret, and the grueling lessons learned while working hard to save something that was once worth fighting for. I can not wait until her full album, 30, comes out this November. Check out the video below.

Eternal Book Club

Here’s another favorite I’ve revisited since it first debuted in 2019. Lindy West responds to the “Feminazis have gone to far” uproar that followed the #MeToo movement in her hilarious cultural critique, The Witches Are Coming. Focusing on the demonizing of women who dare to speak the inconvenient yet important truths, she doesn’t hold back.

West dives deep into the misogyny and propaganda that’s been hidden in our favorite movies, tv shows and internet memes. This collection of thought provoking essays will make you question every nostalgic childhood memory you have in terms of her overall theme; white male mediocrity and the unrelenting grip it’s had on American culture throughout history.

Listening to the author’s take on the 2016 election post-Trump presidency was surprisingly a totally different experience. If you’ve never read this before, I highly recommend it. Her words are as relevant as ever.


“Predators, on the other hand, see the opportunity to use their power to exploit another individual and decide to do so for their own gratification, regardless of the harm it causes.” –Gillian Sisley. She really hit the nail on the head with this piece. Couldn’t have said it better myself! Give it a read, and check out the rest of her work on Medium.




Mental Health

Identifying a Gaslighter

Gaslighting is the act of manipulation using psychological efforts to make a person question their own sanity and reality. The behavior ranges from toxic communication to severe emotional abuse, depending on how frequent it is. It is a tactic used by abusers, control freaks AND ordinary people. Understandably, most… Continue reading Identifying a Gaslighter

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