Caregiving: Delicate

It is easy to get lost in jargon when talking about mental health. I endeavour to keep conversation comfortable; I talk about my husband’s mental health issues. Issues. It is such a delightfully benign word to use. Issues. It suggests an easy to read pamphlet. Bullet points, perhaps? Issues. In my attempt to be delicate, I fear I am being misleading. Read More Caregiving: Delicate

PoC News in America

This week, I had a lot of feelings about the busy week in news. Let’s get to it.

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Book Review: The Word Made Flesh, edited by Eva Talmadge and Justin Taylor

Filled with photos and personal stories, The Word Made Flesh: Literary Tattoos from Bookworms Worldwide has not only direct quotes, but tattoos that involve portraiture, illustrations and even simple punctuation marks. It’s a beautiful tribute to the written word.

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Weekly Anime Review

Rokka no Yuusha and Arslan Senki are really falling right into the adventure genre I like so much, but God Eater is the anime that pleases me the most aesthetically.  You can never have the full package, I guess. Chaos Dragon might get dropped because so far the pacing and storytelling is off. Overlord was saved from that fate for now though. Read More Weekly Anime Review

Ask UfYH: How Do I Help My Friend With Her Messy House?

Q: My friend’s house is a total wreck. She wants to clean it up, but it’s very daunting and no one else who she lives with will help her. I want to help her clean, but she’s embarrassed about the house and won’t let me inside. Is there anything I could do or say so I can help her? Read More Ask UfYH: How Do I Help My Friend With Her Messy House?