I decided to write this today to actually free myself from the clutter in my mind. I also hope to help someone else! Even if I reach one person who might see this and take a step back and say this seems familiar maybe I can help by sharing my experience maybe help you to […]NARCISSISTIC… Continue reading NARCISSISTIC PARTNER BEHAVIORS..BEWARE 💖 — GlitzyRitzyMommy


Take a Cue From a Cat?

Check out this amazing post! It’s so fun and clever; I really enjoyed reading it! It was also inspired by my Feline Friday post from last week. Read on, and remember to take a cue from the cats! 😸

Now The Mysterious Blabberer?

Inspired by Introverted Creativity

With everything going on in the world right now, things have been very stressful and anxiety-inducing for most of us. Those negative emotions can build up and build up, to the point they impact our mental health and quality of life. As such, we need to pay more attention to our mental, emotional, and physical health than ever before.…..

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From this cat

Maybe, from even this cat

But surely not this or that cat!

Remember, tis better to take a ‘Cue from a Cat‘ than to take it from a Q-tip any day! Especially if you have earwax.

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Two Halves

This is another one of my favorites out of the poems I’ve posted here! I gave it a little brush up and increased the font size. I hope you enjoy reading (or rereading) it!

Introverted Creativity

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In the depths of my soul,
There are two separate halves,
Forcibly colliding and blending
Into a jumbled, crumbling mess
A constant battle for control,
Dominance over one another
The final goal
Broken into jagged pieces of myself,
I struggle just to breathe in again
An invisible plight that goes unseen,
Feebly crying out for help
With a voice so weak
A solemn fate I can’t escape,
Chained to the slivers left
Of my wilting heart
I cannot be saved

© 14 January 2020, by Haley Scully

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Trail of Secrets

This is one of my favorite poems on the blog. So, I thought I’d give it a little boost! I also increased the font size, so it’s hopefully easier to read now!

Introverted Creativity

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In the silent sanctity of night,

I shed secrets like a serpent

Discards its used flesh

They tumble to the ground,

Breadcrumbs for the lost to find

With each step, more pain

Is revealed, another betrayal


Soft mutterings carried on the breeze,

Whispers sounding from just behind,

No one is safe from the fingers

Of my reach,

In the secrets I deal

© 28 December 2019, by Haley Scully

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Pride Month – What It Means, and What That Means to Me

Our blog schedule changed a bit, so I’ve updated this post to reflect that! If you’ve been following along with the other Blog Brew members, everything is correct and up-to-date now. I thought it would be good to share this again, as Pride lasts all month long, and I think it’s a very important occasion to acknowledge. Honestly, this is also one of my favorite blog posts yet. It’s easily one of the most open and raw things I’ve ever written. I’m proud of it, and I’m proud of what it represents. Happy Pride! 🙂

Introverted Creativity

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By now, you’ve most likely heard of Pride Month, which is celebrated throughout the entire month of June every year. But what exactly is Pride Month and what does it represent? Well, Pride is mainly to acknowledge the impact that gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer people have had on history over the years. This can include at the local level, national level, and beyond. Digging deeper, Pride Month originated from the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York, which were a huge turning point in the movement for LGBTQ rights in the United States. Now, June is seen as a month to commemorate that milestone and what it means to the LGBTQ community.

Aside from its cultural relevance, Pride is also seen by many as a time to celebrate and embrace who LGBTQ individuals are as people; what they believe, who they love, what they…

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