My problem: How do I have these difficult political conversations without turning into a rage beast or having a panic attack? My solution is to borrow some wisdom from the kinkier side of the bedroom.
What’s on order for the week of 4/3/2017: Yemen, the Gorsuch Filibuster, and Dr. Scott Gottlieb
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We can be better than this, but we need to know how and you are uniquely qualified to explore what that means and how to start making it happen.
This is the umpteenth time that Trump’s campaign as tried to roll out a new version of Trump, who stays on message and keeps all that nasty hate tamped down until after the election. I don’t buy it and neither should anyone else. Dust away the stage trimmings and it’s the same Trump, as Pete Townsend said, “meet the new boss, same as the old boss.”
The question the LGBTQ+ community faces is a difficult one: Do we adopt a strategy of oppression that relies on the same fear and shame used by those who would hate and shun us or do we abandon what is clearly not working and try to find a new narrative of inclusion?
I was diagnosed with lupus 10 years ago and fibromyalgia 3 years ago. My reaction to the fibromyalgia diagnosis was incredulous. I am a master’s educated, licensed social worker and my exact words to my rheumatologist were “Isn’t that a made up disease?”
I have no words. Well, that’s not entirely true, is it?
Here are my thoughts, do with them what you will. I will shout into the void and maybe some of these will land in the ears of those who need to hear them, in a universe of infinite possibilities, it is certainly okay to hold out some hope.
It’s okay to want to be healthy. That’s how you are supposed to feel.