Batwings and Relapses by #lesliefischman
I wore a bright orange sweater to a bar and relapsed on 2 beers, recently. I think I’ve hit my breaking point when it comes to advocacy, not bear the burden of the guilty. People read very closely once you become a writer, and based upon those writings, pick up a cue, so its important to be careful with your words not lead anyone astray, especially as to your causes for concern and what matters to you, not set up any dogfights, that would defeat the purposes of providing advocacy online to people in need of humor, keeping it light these days, and working on finishing law school. I have a 40 page research paper due in October and have to finish another course on Financial Crimes. I have not been able to get a job in the legal field paid yet, its very competitive in Century City, I need a degree for that. Overcoming mental health issues related to failures in life, has been a very time consuming process. Always be careful to who you blame for your cares in life, that’s not how to fight a good fight by fighting with others, and by provoking others to not like you, politically or for whatever reasons cause others to distrust you. I have always done my best to be apart of and blend in. Now is a different set of circumstances. You just have to move forward. I sent copies of my book to SCOTUS, my Father, and Attorney Avenatti to sort out the differences in opinion as toward me, good enough to be a writer online or not, or deserving of my following, I have worked hard to maintain since 2013. What is reasonable is setting daily goals for yourself that are manageable, what is unreasonable is setting goals for yourself, that are too difficult for you to accomplish. Being a peacekeeper is about not taking sides and being there for everyone, whether or not Im on a side, and whether or not Im doing well, stay positive.