Author Archives: RicoChey

About RicoChey

I'm just an unmarried, childless, thirty-something high school dropout with big ideas and a small attention span. Weave drunkenly behind me as I meander through my own life: a winding path of musings on life, relationships, food, the few politics I can stomach discussing, and probably really dumb stuff like the ratio of Sex and the City episodes wherein Carrie does and does not appear to be wearing extensions.

2018 Resolutions

Without going into detail and bringing down the mood, 2017 was bullshit. So, here’s my to-do list for the New Year. Finish ‘The Cell’ Finish Aeon Timeline The Cell Angel Dust Outline Book Two Outline Angel Dust Bullet Journal Use … Continue reading

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Dear Zero

My One & Only Zero, We met in the Spring of 2002 when I was fifteen, and you were turning seventeen. We went to different schools, but shared friends. I was a Freshman, and I had been invited to join … Continue reading

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The 13 Reasons Why (It’s Not That Simple)

Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional. I am not a doctor. I am an individual, sharing thoughts and assertions based entirely on my own experience. My opinions should be taken precisely as opinions, and should not be passed … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

I am an author. I don’t know yet whether I fit into any one genre, but my largest project is about werewolves. Many seasoned authors have issued the keen advice, “To write in your genre, you must read in your … Continue reading

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Goal: Don’t Kill Self…

…before Trump is out of office.

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Wellbutrin, 28 Days Later

It’s been four weeks on Wellbutrin, which is where you ought to start noticing improvement, or the absence of. I stopped taking Ativan because it was making me suicidal. Passing that comment along to my primary care physician prompted her … Continue reading

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Wellbutrin, Day One

A Brief History I have struggled with capital-D Depression nearly my whole life. During my childhood, my mother tried to take me to child psychologists. It didn’t take. As a teenager, a second attempt was made, and we tried pharmaceutical … Continue reading

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