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Pop Culture

New Fall Shows on the Chopping Block

The fall television season is barely underway, and TV Guide is already reporting that quite a few new shows could end up on the chopping block. Some I’ve watched, some I haven’t, and some I’ve never even heard of before.

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Mental Illness

Caregiving: Going On A Date

Oh, Persephoneers. I have news. Epic news. Earth-shattering news. Not-exactly-life-altering-but-still-spectacular news. News which has, uh, already been given away by the title of the article.

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Life

Unspoken Expectations, or, the Story of Things That Bite You in the Ass

Be honest–who was disappointed in what their partner did (or did not do) for Valentine’s Day?

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Mental Illness

Caregiving: Sex And Intimacy

Rather by accident, this is going up the day after Valentine’s. Perhaps my subconscious was trying to tell me something. Somewhat less subtle than my subconscious were the chocolates and roses from Mr. Juniper. I did ask him if they were to sweeten me up over this article and he burst out laughing.

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Mental Illness

Caregiving: The Relationship In The Middle

Logic would suggest that given Mr. Juniper is my husband, Daddy to Juniper Junior and the one who Juniper Puss does his best to kick out of our bed, that we have relationship. Time for Mental Illness and Relationships 101: when one partner has a mental illness and the other partner is a carer, the […]

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Bodies

The Power of Being a Promiscuous Woman

I have had sex with 37 men. Whether or not this qualifies as being promiscuous in the modern age is up for debate, but suffice it to say that I’ve had enough sex with enough men that I’ve forgotten some of their names (assuming I ever knew them).