Can I just start off by complaining about the emotional roller coaster that the last season of Orange is the New Black put us on!?! Now you might be thinking, where is that intro leading us Lindsey? Well, inspired by the episode(s) that include the Restorative Justice program, accountability is on the forefront of my… Continue reading No Justin, it’s not too late to say sorry, now.
“I am too old to be this broken.” The words were even more real as I wrote them down. “I have worked too long and too hard on myself to still be having setbacks. When will I see an end to all my problems?” I wrote the words, or rather I typed them, and I… Continue reading Not Broken, Still Healing
Do you have regrets? Uhh, don't we all? I think having regrets is part of being human. Having regrets is looking back on experiences and wishing things had been different, that maybe I could have/should have done something different. I definitely have regrets...there are many things I wish I could have done differently in life.… Continue reading Leave Your Shoulds at the Door
This week’s article starts with the painfully true story of my childhood ignorance and goes on to talk about how I became an ally for the LGBTQIA+ community. The first moment I discuss demonstrates the lack of understanding and knowledge of me and, probably, society as a whole at the time, as well as a… Continue reading Becoming an Ally: My Journey from Ignorance to Understanding
After watching, “My Next Guest…” with David Letterman and Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” music video about a dozen times, I think I worked up just enough courage to put pen to paper (fingers to keyboard, who am I kidding) and write about my “coming out” journey. I don’t have any solid memories… Continue reading Love is a Terrible Thing to Hate