An emotional pendulum swings throughout the day Serious violence is well on the way If you think you know, I say you do not One must read between the lines for my thought Struggling now with my consciousness and will Few will understand the blood that will spill Let’s talk anger, mine. Is it … Continue reading Play Angry
My backyard with a wild turkey way back by the trees.
This is an incredible quote by Anne Frank. Despite all the misery, hate and sorrow in the word there is still abundant beauty. I can see it in the smiling faces of my children, and in the warm greeting, I get from the dog every, single time I come home. The trees still leaf out every spring, the grass greens up, and the flowers bloom. The wind blows and clears the air, and the snow covers everything in clean white crystals. The beauty is everywhere if we can lift the veil of misery to see it. It is a struggle, and the battle wages every day but the fight is worth it to see the beauty.
Below is a list of medication I’ve ingested over the years for depression/PTSD, to no avail. (There are more sundry medications that I have forgotten about over the last 16 years of treatment that are not listed, please forgive). Psychotherapy performed by some questionable therapists and my own brand of self-help round out my treatment … Continue reading Good Help is Hard to Find
Maxims and Arrows* You don’t have to find yourself, you just have to be yourself Mind and body can’t be separated on earth. Work on it Hold a grudge for 2 to 4 reincarnations. Wait. Don’t do this, leave it to God It’s ok to say I don’t know, later find the answer for yourself. … Continue reading Maxims and Arrows
There’s a new struggle on my street, chronic migraine headaches. I could be dramatic and describe in detail the last bout I had with my newfound nemesis (last week). But I hate drama, so no. Let me set the base, I have suffered only 4 migraines in my life. Numbers 1 and 4 were definitive … Continue reading Occam’s Razor for Fresh Hell
I don't know nearly enough, however, I found that the gestalt theory, the German word meaning form, has evolved to "the whole is greater that the sum of its parts". This is extraordinary. I don't want to throw too much information at once. I've been on the receiving end of that and there's nothing gained. … Continue reading The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts.
What follows is not meant to impress, persuade, sale or manipulate you in anyway. It is my modest recommendation to anyone that may be suffering from the devastating effects of Depression/PTSD. I’ve come to a point where I finally feel comfortable enough to share what I know is a very effective treatment for Depression/PTSD. Plus … Continue reading Bad to Good
This is one of the many failed business ventures I did not have the energy to make successful.