Which means you are alone, so terribly alone trapped inside your own thoughts.
Heavily involved in the BDSM community. Living a complete duality of a life.
Or a mess we call life lol. Not too long ago, I was going through my Facebook memories when I came across a picture I was very familiar with. I had posted it on Facebook on November 29th, I was the day I met Carrie Fisher When you hear the word, what do you think of? Not always.
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The actual causes of PTSD ar An Open Letter to the Abused: Hey. First I want to say I am sorry. I am sorry for what happened to you. I am sorry you are hurting. I get it. I was abused too and it's painful and traumatizing. It's n The decision to see a therapist was not an easy one to make. It was a constant nudge in the back of my brain for months until a rough night of insomnia forced me to finally make the call, and wait anx Earlier this year I had the fortunate experience of having a mental breakdown.
Full-on depression and anxiety spiraling down into the darkest depths I have ever been. Sprinkle in my long-term boyfrien Fluffy Morningstarr. Read next: Never In the Cover of Night. Mental health survivor trying to make my way through each day.
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It then allows people to know that they are not alone in their struggles, it can often inspire people to want change and it can also take the pressure off the current circumstances which may seem like they're never going to end. Patti Smith, the rocker, led a bohemian life that included on-again-off-again lover, the artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Smith captures the sense of unfettered wildness, hope, despair and vague ambition that were hallmarks of her time.
It is a tale of someone who actually pulled off many women's secret dream, to be a wild child. This is a major contribution to feminist literature.
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It deals with the slow progress of women's accomplishments, and how an era of moving forward is so often followed by one of moving backward. This will appeal to those who consider the pace of progress to be too slow.
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This unusual book is a combination of diary, musings on legal history, and a declaration about the injustice of racism. It deals with how we treat people of different genders, how we put them in predetermined statuses that are hard to get out of, and what race has to do with it all. You don't have to know law to read this one. This funny and touching book takes women on a journey into their own heartbreaks, comments on how to survive them, and doesn't shy away from the pain of living an honest life.
The book is not new, but the topics are timeless, and Nora Ephron's writing is quick and witty. This is an argument for women's equality.
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It explores the various methods society has used to hold women back and keep them down. Readers will forget this was written in the s, because so little social progress has been made. The journey from seeing women as wombs to seeing them as equal partners in society is a long one, and this book reminds us of that. The author paints a picture of a fictional society where most people cannot procreate, and the few women who can are only allowed to breed.
Readers will go on a chilling adventure that questions why we can't see women as more than child-rearing robots. Women have been told so often to "just get over it" when suffering from depression, it's a wonder more books like this haven't been written. Plath honestly records the pain of sinking into mental illness and depression.
All of this is set against the backdrop of s society, where women didn't have many choices about how to spend their lives. Another feminist tome, this book examines the lengths women often go to in order to appear physically attractive and perfect. Wolf sees women as being victimized by advertising that consistently portrays a beautiful woman as an ideal that few women can realistically expect to attain. Anorexia and bulimia seem to be overlooked as serious problems, perhaps because they are most common among women.
Hornbacher confronts the shame associated with these conditions, using wit, honesty, and humor as her weapons. The result is a book that speaks to women not only about the pain of anorexia and bulimia, but about being ignored when they need help. Tina Fey reminds us that feminism is not a historical curiosity, but a living modern struggle to balance romantic relationships, careers, friendships and the demands of being a mother. The comedienne is at no loss for funny things to say, but the book is most worthwhile for its biting insights on modern society. This book takes us back to , when Woolf wrote about her own struggles to overcome barriers as a female writer.
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The pages have their share of darkness as we go on a journey with Shakespeare's sister, Judith. She was a gifted writer, but being a woman, could not even get an education, much less a theater job. Here is an essential feminist book exploring s women who had little choice but to be a housewife and bear children. Friedan was arguing even then that women should be allowed to find fulfilling work.