Walking the “Bad” Dog 

First you should know that my husband works from home most days. He's also the one who walks our dog, and sometimes I tag along. Sometimes, I even hold the leash, with my husband following closely behind. But since I haven't left the house alone in months, I haven't walked the dog by myself, either.... Continue Reading →

Low-Grade Agoraphobia

I recently came across the term, "low-grade agoraphobia" in a novel I just read. I've never been diagnosed with agoraphobia, and I know self-diagnosing isn't a smart thing to do, but I'm going to do it anyway. I believe I have something like this, but it probably stems from anxiety, which I have been diagnosed... Continue Reading →

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