Category Archives: Observations a la Gina

Here’s What I Can Do

This post is part of a series. Click to read all posts in Things I Didn’t Know 30 Years Ago. Too often, in recent years especially, I’ve felt helpless, impotent, unable to make an impact while I witness the world … Continue reading

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When We Are Wise

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I’m in a phase of my life when I’m recognizing and appreciating wisdom – in others and (surprisingly) in myself as … Continue reading

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A Key to Me

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) When my ex (before we were officially split) moved out of state to take a job (at long last, he would … Continue reading

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She Doesn’t Know She Can Fly

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I’m going to start out, Gentle Reader, with an outlandish proclamation in which I hope you’ll indulge me: Cats can fly. … Continue reading

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Listening to Trump is Like Living With My Emotionally Abusive Ex-Husband Again

In case you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to live with an emotionally abusive husband, all you have to do is listen to Trump. I’ve been triggered by him every day of his presidency – and for a large portion … Continue reading

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