For an explanation of what these “Blindly Just” posts are for and what they hope to achieve, please visit the blog post that talks more about this series. (It’s called: “All New: Posting on Just Actions People May Not Realize!”)
Shared Post: Looking After Your Well-Being During the Holidays-December 12, 2019. This shared post from a fellow blogger goes into how you can take care of yourself during the holidays. This is also in the “mental health” section.
Shared Post: I’m Pro-Choice Because I’m Pro-Life-May 21, 2019. This post from a fellow blogger, which I shared in the aftermath of restrictive anti-abortion laws passed in several states, expresses a number of “blind injustices” and “blindly just ideas” related to abortion. This is also in the “Women’s Rights” section.
The Case for Content Warnings-March 26, 2019. Content warnings are often viewed as being too “politically correct.” However, this post argues that warnings of content that may harm our mental health are actually helpful. This is also on the “Mental Health” page.
Some Dos and Don’ts of Behavior Towards the Mobility-Limited-December 11, 2018. There are positive behaviors that one can have to people with mobility limitations…and then there are negative behaviors. I break down some of those positive and negative behaviors in this blog post. This post is also in the “Ableism” section.
Looking to Share Emotional Burdens with a Friend? Before Sharing, Let’s Seek Consent-December 4, 2018. This post discusses why it’s important to seek consent for the burdens we have or the baggage we need to “let out.”
Self-Care is Not Selfish-November 20, 2018. In this post, I argue that self-care is not selfish, and that it actually helps both yourself and others. This post is also on the “Mental Health” page of the blog.
Want to Keep Your Catholic (or Non-Catholic Christian) Faith and Have Been Abused by the Church? There Are Places You Can Turn to.-August 28, 2018. In light of the Catholic sex abuse scandal in Pennsylvania, I talk about places where people can turn to in order to recover from abuse yet also keep faith in Jesus.