Hey friends! You have made it to Thirty and Crashing! This is great place to ask questions about life’s inevitable predicaments. A place to come when the daily stress of work, parenting, relationships, family, and family become too much and you need an outlet. I make you feel less ‘crazy’ for wanting to beat your husband with the shitty diaper he didn’t change… two hours ago, and that having a glass of wine to unwind (even if it’s a nightly occurrence) doesn’t mean you should join an AA meeting.
I am just your average (but KICK ASS) married thirty-something year old mother of one. When I am not elbows deep in applesauce and endless piles of laundry, you can find me working out, hanging out with my family, and giving advice to the helpless and confused- just kidding about the helpless part. Ever since I was little, I noticed how people would just gravitate towards me and unload their problems, issues, and concerns with life and the people that inhabit it. As if an eight year old hyped up on Kool-Aid and Pixie Stix can relate to your issue regarding a roommate and their nymphomaniac cat, and how to get said cat from humping your collection of Beanie Babies. Yes, that question has been asked, and yes, it was when I was eight years old. Regardless of the content of questions, I genuinely like helping people out with their specific situations. I mean, it’s not always easy to ask someone advice about your life. It is important to have someone to confide in; whether it be a best friend, God, or Rosie- your eighty-year old neighbor who likes to water her plastic flowers? Maybe it’s me? If it is, I’m both glad and flattered that you have turned to me for guidance. I hope that my advice will be beneficial to your circumstances. If I can help at least ONE person, I can lay my head down at night and sleep peacefully.
Disclaimer: I am in no way, shape or form, a certified or licensed professional. I’m here to offer advice about relationships, potty training, and other mysteries of life. I am not a health or mental health professional. I am also not a banker or attorney. I’m lucky to have survived four years of college to get my Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice.
Please, if you are feeling suicidal or are experiencing unnatural thoughts about hurting yourself or others, call the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255. They CAN and WILL help you.
“Many receive advice, only the wise profit from it.”