My Lovely Rhea

The very moment I read Rhea’s post, I reassured her on the spot. Still, I just wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t post my feelings on the topic. She didn’t ask me to do this, and probably won’t want me to do it, but personally, I think all of the time and effort she’s put into helping me through the addiction deserves more recognition than she’s giving herself.

Besides, it’s about time I’ve updated our readers on my side of the addiction recovery, anyway.

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Defining Sexuality

It’s a new year; 2017. Wow, just reading that number looks like a thing you’d only see in science fiction movies. Ya know, the ones where we’d have a cure for deadly diseases, hover cars, and robots that did everything for us. Needless to say, we’re far from that. People are still dying from cancer at alarming rates, our cars are barely becoming just eco-friendly (not that that’s a bad thing either), and a lot of us, at least that I personally know, still prefer our own kind to do what we need for us. Maybe the horror stories the movies told us a lot of times through this is what stopped us from taking the risks of attempting to create these things.

Regardless, the state of our earth and civilization isn’t what I’m here to discuss, really. There’s one thing that’s been a part of us since the dawn of man, hell, life itself, that hasn’t had it easy; sexuality.

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Shortcomings

I’m an insecure person, and not all at the same time. I am so ridiculously confident and full of myself on one hand, and on the other, I believe I’m the lowest of the low. This isn’t a way for me to garner compliments, or reassurances; it’s simply just me telling truths about myself that I want to divulge.

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Recovery Update 1

As the title stated, my last post was a very personal one. I don’t think I had even accepted fully what I was dealing with then. Yeah, I knew what it was. I knew it was going to be tough, I knew it was going to have benefits, but it wasn’t something you could be prepared for.

You just have to accept the challenge, and take it on.

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