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5 real reasons to date a spoonie


The Doctor

It happened. I was in deep lust with a man who owned a Sports Chiropractic Clinic.  Not only did Dr. D have one of the most successful practices in my thriving metropolis, he was also a published author.

3 Things I’ve Learned During Quarantine

first of all, why’d I even buy a planner? This year has been one of the most thought provoking and pivotal in my life. I got on a medication that miraculously halted the progression of my disease, cystic fibrosis.

3 Ways to Heal After A Break Up

Hey sis, I know how hard it is. You put yourself out there, gave a piece of your heart to a stranger that became a lover, fantasized about happily ever after, and then found out that he wasn’t quite what you expected.

Mr. Computer Programmer

“Sh*t, d*mn, uggggh where are my effing keys?!”  I screamed aloud while fumbling in my purse and grabbing a black blazer from my bedroom closet.  I had to meet my coworkers downtown at a very luxe sushi restaurant in half hour.  Except, with traffic, it would take me at least an hour.

The Diagnosis

Here it is, my heart poured out behind the keys of a computer. I share the shameful and invigorating tales of what it is like to date with a terminal illness.  The fine line I dance between concealing my symptoms and sharing who I am. So what is my diagnosis?

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