Before Meghan started writing psychological suspense novels, there was Megsanity.
Megsanity started as an inkling in the back of the brain of a shrink: that most people are not quite as dysfunctional as they are made to feel. The way we evolved to respond and the way we actually do are pretty fucking close--we just don't live in a world that believes those responses are normal. A little education goes a long way towards understanding that your brain might be working fine--sometimes it's the world that's screwed up.
I mean, aside from that Justin Beiber fascination. That shit's just weird, and it's all on you.
Megsanity aims to provide an educational base for understanding the human psyche and promote normalcy through recent and anthropological research, girl power, expletives, sarcasm, sexual innuendo and chocolate.
Especially those last four.
All that shit we aren't supposed to talk about? Let's talk about it. Let's bust some myths about the way our brains are supposed to act and talk about how they actually do. Not all ideas on this site will make sense to any one individual. That's cool too. Read what you like and leave the rest. It's what life is all about.
About the Author
Meghan O’Flynn is a clinical therapist, writer, artist, wife, and mommy. She adores her amazing little boys, dark chocolate, tea, dirty jokes, and back rubs with no strings attached, in that order. She writes nasty psychological suspense novels and is amazed that her husband still agrees to live with her after reading them.
Meghan has spent the majority of the last ten years working as the Clinical Director/Vice President of Clinical Operations for a JCAHO accredited mental health facility. She has experience in private clinical practice as well as in community-based mental health agencies, schools and the veteran's administration. Meghan needed an outlet where it was acceptable to teach people shit and drop the F-bomb like it's hot so she started www.megsanity.com. Now she feels much better.
All rights reserved, every goddamn one of them. A few wrongs still available.
Have something you'd like to read about? Let Meghan know at email@example.com or join her on Facebook. No topic is off limits.
It's all solidarity, people. Let's do this shit.