Illness · Relationships · Treatment · Uncategorized

6(ish) Common PTSD Questions, Answered

I'm back again with another video, this time filmed on my iPhone because I'm a dumb dumb and deleted all my footage from my Camera camera. I'm answering questions I commonly get now about PTSD and my traumatic relationship experience. Thanks for watching, and sorry for the lacking of makeup, I left my concealer at… Continue reading 6(ish) Common PTSD Questions, Answered

Philosophy · School

The Therapeutic Day School and Diversity in Special Education 

Below is my final project for my upper level philosophy course- The Ethics of Diversity- that was just graded. I replaced the name of my old school in it, quite honestly because my parents told me to. I would have liked to include it. Ah well! Enjoy. _________________________ Olivia Epley Special Topics in Philosophy: The… Continue reading The Therapeutic Day School and Diversity in Special Education 

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The Descent of Alette: Feminine Epics as Rebellion

I just turned this one in. It's for a very basic English class (albeit Honors) that we all have to take as freshmen. I hope it's at least mildly interesting. Here is the link to the book, The Descent of Alette by Alice Notley. --------------------------------- The Iliad. The Odyssey. Beowulf. Paradise Lost. What do these… Continue reading The Descent of Alette: Feminine Epics as Rebellion

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I’m grateful for my parents, and they’re grateful for me

I'm grateful for my parents because they challenge me. They don't always tell me what I want to hear. My father, in particular, knows when to push me and when to comfort.   He didn't always. For a long time, I wouldn't characterize either of my parents as at all effective in facilitating my treatment.… Continue reading I’m grateful for my parents, and they’re grateful for me