Two men get killed. Some members of the Christian right are calling the man who killed them a hero and a patriot sent by God. Something isn't adding up here. On August 25, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse grabbed his AR-15 style rifle and left his home in Antioch, IL, to head over to Kenosha, WI. He… Continue reading Kyle Rittenhouse as Christian Right Hero?
Dan DeChiaro / CC BY Today marks 19 years since the terror attacks in the U.S. on 9/11. For this post, I decided to talk about the fallen in quite a literal sense; those who jumped and/or fell to their deaths from the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Shown at the bottom of… Continue reading Remembering the Fallen of 9/11
Image by Johannes Plenio from Pixabay I got thinking about this a little while ago when I was commenting on a post by B of Convolute Me. I had mentioned that those of us who are okay with dying are unlikely to be the ones actually taken down by the COVID-19 pandemic. Life isn't fair that way. While… Continue reading Life Isn’t (and Never Was) Fair
AFSP First off, before we talk about surviving attempted suicide, we'll establish a couple of things: If you're having thoughts of suicide and need to reach out, there's a list of crisis resources here.No need to worry about me; I'm not currently suicidal. Regretting attempts I recently saw a post by Elizabeth of Life. Love. Bipolar.… Continue reading No Regrets? Surviving Attempted Suicide
geralt on Pixabay Content warning: This post talks about suicide, but not in the present tense. You can find info here on crisis lines. I've always thought my relationship with death was a bit weird, in that I've never had a strong reaction to death. Part of it is that I view death less as… Continue reading My Relationship with Death