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Notes from My Blanket Fort: Healing Overwhelm in Trans Survivorship

Notes from My Blanket Fort: Healing Overwhelm in Trans Survivorship

I’ve cried every day for about three weeks. I have been left clawing for words from an empty throat. It’s one of those seasons in my survivorship, progressive illness, and young adulthood where I am completely overwhelmed by the sum of my life’s parts in America. Even...
Wild Grief

Wild Grief

The bathroom door was shut tightly, more to keep me in than keep anything else out. Grief was a groundswell of embodied emotion I didn’t trust myself to touch. Certainly not in wide open spaces. I needed to feel contained in a moment when I couldn’t trust my own bones...

Recouraging

A queer epic fantasy author I enjoy, KA Doore, recently asked on Twitter: Tired of being discouraged. How does one get recouraged?— K.A. Doore (@KA_Doore) March 31, 2020 They wrote from a place of radical vulnerability that gave me pause. It seems our feeds,...