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Anger (a Socially Awkward web comic)

Everyone deals with anger differently We all have different levels of anger. Our anger manifests in unique ways. When people push my buttons, I react swiftly. Like a fire, my rage burns bright and quick, then fizzles. Steve, on the other hand... Well,...
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Liberty for All (a SociallyAwkward comic)

Liberty (and justice) for ALL... Sometimes I'm so tired. Tired of all the hatred, dissent, division, and fear. Tired of feeling helpless. Tired of praying and wishing for a better tomorrow, when it all just feels so... impossible. All in the name of...

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Harry Potter 20th Anniversary (a Socially Awkward comic)

A couple of weeks ago was the 20th Anniversary of J.K. Rowlings beloved children’s series, Harry Potter. As a diehard Potterhead, this was my little tribute to the books and a nod to J.K. Rowling, for creating some of the best stories I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading and living. <3

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Best Dad (a Socially Awkward comic)

The Best Dad always has the same top qualities... What makes a "best dad," really? Simply put, I feel that a "best dad" is: (1) a provider, (2) a protector, (3) a teacher, and (4) a big old softy at heart. To me, a dad is a dad whether his children have two legs or...

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Wine o’clock (a Socially Awkward comic)

Wine o'clock... If you're like me, you love wine. I mean, I looooooove wine. (Unfortunately most wine doesn't love me, because I have a sulfite allergy, but that's another story for another time.) Whenever wine o'clock rolls around, I'm ready to dive into my...

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Adulting is hard! (a Socially Awkward comic)

Adulting is hard! We've all been there. Responsibilities - adult things - loom over our heads. We get a sudden burst of productivity and think, "Yes! I will do this! I will do the adulting!" Only to be curtailed by something every. single. time. Social media, the...

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Spring Cleaning: or, how I make even bigger messes

Spring cleaning always gets the best of me. I don't know what it is. Every time I sit down to start a spring cleaning endeavor, I am determined to clear out my closet, our bedroom, the spare rooms, everything of all the junk that has accumulated in the past year. And...

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Not ready to let go (a Socially Awkward web comic)

When you're not ready to let go... The struggle is real, y'all. Things end so fast we do not have time to react, to come to grips with the loss. We're not ready to throw in the towel - not yet. But life often throws us these little curve balls and all we can do is...

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socially awkward web comic

. . . a web comic by [email protected]


Tripping over life and pretending it is on purpose.

Welcome to my little web comic, SociallyAwkward. If you are a glutton for punishment repeat visitor – glad to have you back! Otherwise, if you’ve never been here before – thanks for coming!

So what exactly is SociallyAwkward?

SociallyAwkward is the amalgamation of a few things. First, I thought it would be fun to create a visual representation of fun little moments in my life. Second, I wanted to push myself to find the humor in small things in my life – mainly as an exercise to help with my anxiety. You know… focus on small things instead of getting overwhelmed by the big picture.

I’ll be honest. I have a hard time creating humor. I appreciate funny things but I’ve never thought of myself (or my life) as particularly hilarious. Through this little exercise, however, I’ve found out that lots of those fun little moments in my life are fun, funny, and worth sharing. Those moments really seem to resonate with people, so I’ve decided to keep up the project and continue my comic.

You will notice that my style has changed since the inception of the SociallyAwkward web comic. That is because, as an artist, I am continually growing and expanding my skill set. I appreciate your patience as I find my groove and settle on a design for Socially Awkward that I think best represents the content of this series and my own artistic style.

I always appreciate feedback and comments from my followers – so if you see something you like or dislike, please let me know! I’ll definitely take it into consideration.

But, enough rambling from me. Enjoy the comic!

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