Hey everyone! I’m back after a brief Ask Luci hiatus! We have two questions today and both are about relationships, so let me know in the comments if you have anything to add!
It’s double celebration time for Hello Kitty, with May recognizing Asian Pacific Heritage and Mental Health. I am a second generation Chinese American married to a Japanese man, and I also wrestle with Bipolar II (specifically agitated anxiety) and ADHD, so it’s double the double whammy. Woo hoo. Here are my armchair diagnoses and recommendations for my fellow Asian Pacific Islander newsmakers. Read More APA and Mental Health Month–Diagnosis: Silly
(this is a response to Olivia Marudan’s post,” An Unexpected Education”)
“You’re a fucking selfish bitch who does nothing and wants to destroy me. You’re insane!” Read More “…You’re Insane!”
“So you’re actually going over there? Like, inside the house?” his friend asked, staring at me incredulously. I smiled and nodded as casually as I could. “Well good luck” he whistled. “Remember to keep an eye on her.” Read More An Unexpected Education
“There Goes the Neighborhood, Part 2”
Like last week, we open with another voiceover. As we see Sally , lifeless on the landing, blood pooling or walking around her house as her wake takes place, she talks to us about the “bigger questions.” For Sally, it’s “What am I know?” Read More Being Human Recap – Episode 1.02
Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman is a hero to a lot of us at Persephone. Not only did she change the world one word at a time, she was a sassy feminist with a passion for psuedonyms. She didn’t just break barriers, she pounded through them like Popeye on spinach. Read on for a tiny peek into her amazing life. Read More Badass Ladies of History: Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman)