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Writer of self-help and personal development| Chronic Pain Sufferer| 3X Sepsis Survivor| https://linktr.ee/jennybwriter

Writer, chronic pain warrior, life coach, and 3X sepsis survivor.

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About JennyB.

Hey, hi, hello, and welcome to my official about me page on Medium. For some of you that might not know me, let me introduce myself.

I’m JennyB. A writer, content creator, advocate, life coach, chronic pain warrior, and 3X sepsis survivor.

My mission with my writing career and life coach brand, JennyB-Writer, is to make a difference in my reader’s and client’s lives and raise awareness for the chronic pain and chronic illness community.

While also raising Sepsis awareness, the third leading cause of death in the U.S.

Through my advocacy, I help teach pain sufferers how to navigate…


Sleep all day and party all night. They had the right idea.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a vampire? I don’t mean drinking blood; I mean what it would be like to live the vampire lifestyle?

I sure have and believe I would make a damn fine vampire.

I already have the paleness and avoidance of sunlight down, now I need to work from home, so I don’t have to leave the house ever again.

While driving to work the other day, I got caught in traffic due to the entire highway being messed up from construction.

A feeling of disgust comes over me, and I…


The U.S. Government does not offer grants or “free money” to individuals to start a business or cover personal expenses.

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Money has been tight for a while now, with families and individuals financially struggling for years. In 2016, The Atlantic examined several financial studies conducted over the years throughout the article.

Starting with a Bankrate survey in 2014 that mirrors the data from The Federal Reserve Board, it discovered that only 38 percent of Americans would cover a $1,000 emergency-room visit or $500 car repair with money they’d saved.

In 2015, the Pew Charitable Trusts found that 41 percent of households didn’t have enough liquid savings to cover the $2,000 cost of the typical household’s most expensive financial shock.

The…


Corporate has a knack for promoting the wrong people to management positions.

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While working at my job for thirteen years, I’ve dealt with some of the meanest managers.

Sure, I’ve had a few friendly managers over the years, but sadly, it seems like I deal with managers who are mean and nasty more than bosses who are friendly and have compassion for their employees.

Bosses who genuinely care, but nope, that’s because corporate has a knack for promoting the wrong people to management positions.

It’s not because they’re kind and have the perfect personality for leadership. It’s about ass-kissing and cliques.

The managers I deal with the most at my work should…


And that means to pay them more than $2.50 an hour.

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A friend posted something on Facebook that was not only disturbing but also filled me with rage. Her son works as a server at a local Applebee’s, and one night was busy due to prom.

She proceeded to talk about an issue her son told her that happened at the restaurant. One of the server’s had a table with 26 people who were there until closing time, which came out to be a $400 order.

She worked hard at delivering the best service she could and was proud of herself. …


We need more in-person meet ups for singles.

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I signed up for Match.com. And after, I signed up for OkCupid. Because you know, what the hell, right?

I am no stranger to online dating.

I’ve tried many sites off and on for several years. I’ve been on eHarmony, OkCupid, Match.com, Hinge, Plenty of Fish, Tinder, Bumble, and even Facebook dating.

As you can see, these dating sites have done nothing for me to go on an actual date with someone. I’ll “match” with all these guys, but nothing happens.

Online dating has become nothing but endless swiping until you match with someone. …


Even though I know it’s long from being over.

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I got my last dose of the COVID vaccine on April thirteenth, and I must say, I’m starting to feel hopeful about the future.

I know the situation isn’t going to change overnight but having the state’s residents get vaccinated makes us one step closer to herd immunity.

After getting my last dose of the vaccine, I started to feel a sense of calm, even though I know it’s long from being over.

Being able to feel that sense of calmness is enough for me to stand up and advocate the precautions we all must continue to take to slow…


We need to be smart about how we go about finding love.

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I want you all to imagine something. You’re a hopeless romantic that wants to find someone to live the rest of your life with because you want to be loved and want your happily ever after.

You sign up for a Match.com membership, and within three hours of being on the site, the love of your life messages you.

You both decide to cancel your memberships since both agree that you finally found the “one.”

Five weeks after meeting each other online, they ask if you could send them some money since they ran into a difficult situation.

Being the…


Fun Fact: Dr. Phil is not a medical doctor.

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When kids become out of control and disrespectful teenagers, what should the parents do? Bring them on, Dr. Phil, of course.

Nothing screams that they’re a pushover and a doormat parent more than going on the Dr. Phil show for help to control their entitled bratty child.

The one that they enabled to have this horrible attitude since they continue to reward bad behavior.

One mother brought her sixteen-year-old beauty pageant daughter to talk with Dr. Phil since she has become harmful and deranged.

When you listen to the daughter talk and explain her side, you’ll quickly realize that she’s…


You’re entitled to your opinions but don’t be a jerk about it.

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People love to give other people unsolicited advice. They mainly love to tell strangers when they’re doing something wrong even though it’s only considered wrong to the outsider because it’s not something they would do.

They will go as far as to leave nasty abusive comments on someone’s article, story, or even through email to call out the writer of the story that supposedly triggered them.

Some will even take it to the extreme by telling the writer to kill themselves.

Why? Because the writer was brave enough to talk about a personal topic which the angry reader didn’t like.

Some People Think Others Want to Know Their Opinions on Everything.

If I wanted someone’s opinion, I would ask for it. I don’t accept random uncalled-for…

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