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I Am Christian

I have left this site so many times... and I could never figure out why. It was (and maybe still is) a good site. I've met some great people who helped me through a lot of things. I've also met some... [more]
  • I Was Injured In A Car Accident

    End of last year I was in a car accident. It could've been worse and people keep telling me I should be grateful it wasn't worse. And I am. But it doesn't mean it doesn't still hurt. I w… [more]
  • I Am The Other Woman

    So I'm genuinely curious... why? Why would you want to be the other woman? I'm not condemning you or anything. You're free to make your own decisions. I'm just curious as to why you'd choose this path… [more]
  • I Am An Alcoholic

    I realized I was an alcoholic my sophomore year of college. I never went a day without drinking. I drank throughout the day and at night. I was partying, but only went for the alcohol. I started drink… [more]
  • I Am Christian

    All I've Ever Needed Honestly, it's time for honesty. My heart is on my sleeve. Oh, will you hear me out? I've got nothing left to give of me - I gave up everything - so there is nothing … [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    I Will Not
    I will not apologize for being a strong, independent, and intelligent woman. I will not apologize for not dumbing myself down and slutting myself up to get the attention of boys. I will not apologize for dressing modestly and yet still aware of the power of my body. I will not apologize for not being stick thin or wanting to be a healthy weight. I will not apologize for my lack of "allure" by going without makeup, not wearing heels or short skirts and dresses. I will not apologize to you for being "intimidating" in your eyes. I know who I am and who I want to be. I have a mind of my own and will not submit my life to you. If you want a girlfriend or wife who simply submits, look elsewhere. … [more]
  • Love Confessions

    American Sniper
    Just saw American Sniper. As someone who has been through the loss of a soldier I believe it opened my heart to his daily struggle that I might not have seen and definitely didn't understand. But it also showed me another thing... there may be a war overseas, but for some men, the real fight is happening when they get back. It happens at home. He killed himself because he couldn't cope with being home. He lost his job from a fake accusation, then lost himself. He became unraveled in front of my eyes and soon after his return from his third tour.. he killed himself. Our men and women that come back aren't the same. And we must understand that. Get them help. Support them and love them. They'v… [more]