Born in a West Virginian hospital on the dreaded 13th, Lydia Larue is an avid animal advocate, lover of all things literary, nonimitative novelist, sassy stay-at-home mom, and slave to one Felis catus. She also loves to play video games with her husband and spend time with her family.
What’s in a personality? Like many others, I have wondered this myself. In late 2016, I took a meyers-briggs test, and I found out that I am an Advocate, an INFJ.
Growing up, I always felt like I was the black sheep among my family and friends. I was always the weird one: the artist with a sensitive soul. When I was typed, it was like a fresh breath of air. It seemed that I was reading an answer to why I was a certain way.
Our profession offers us some benefits. One important one for me is the ability to stay at home. This allows me to be a stay-at-home mom while contributing to the household, but it also means that my once fit body wasted away into nothing.
I have somewhat of an excuse. In 2006, I was diagnosis with Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), and with this condition, losing weight is difficult. Not only do I have to exercise, I have to watch the foods I eat.