All posts tagged: motherhood

Proof god isn’t all-powerful

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the Christian side / the godless side

I was wrong. God wasn’t the deepest source of the mountains of shit of dysfunction that have scarred over my psychological and emotional being, that have destroyed all examples of healthy relationships and healthy boundaries in my life.  There is one deeper. My husband and I are starting from scratch in so many ways in our lives right now, and I always just assumed that the extreme, irrational emotions during our periodic fighting was the […]


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leaving Christianity / the godless side / Uncategorized

I talked to my mom today on the phone for several minutes.  This doesn’t happen that often, and whenever we end the conversation, I remember why. It usually isn’t just one thing, and today was no different. “I just loved the video you posted on Facebook of Purple* [our 6 month old baby girl] laughing!  She sure is filling out though.  Quite chubby! It’ll be okay, as she gets older she’ll thin out,” my mother […]

The Curse of Eve.

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the godless side / the post-God side

I’m a 27 year-old female with a 15 month-old toddler by my side and a 13 week-old baby growing in my body. I graduated high school in 2006 with a 4.0 GPA first of my class of nearly 1,000 students.  I received several academic awards, got a 32 ACT score, and tested 5/5 on AP Calculus, AP Psychology, and AP Biology.  (Bear with me.) But God called me to be a missionary, so I abandoned […]