In an effort to bring more useful content to you here on Struggle Street, I would like to begin to share personal information about the things that have helped me survive while enduring a mental health condition. The new content will include media of all types, books, literature, podcasts, TV, radio, movies and the latest … Continue reading Shifting Gears
Always remember and try never to forget - the body is analogue, thoughts are digital, and the brain is the converter.
From the backyard. Daughters out did themselves. God bless them.
There is something to be said for class in attendance.
Thoughts are very powerful. You cannot control them but you must not quickly react to them either. Be aware that’s all. Also, Don’t be afraid to seek help. There are times when you need someone to help you sort things out. Limbo is no way to live (Dante’s first ring of hell). And finely, you’re … Continue reading Take it Easy
Today, Check your ego and emotion when entering the street. We are all in this together and we will see it through. Forget about yourself - help others that are struggling. Egos will rise up, ignore, they will get the game much later than you. Please continue.
Fear is simply a lack of knowledge. Do not lose your capacity for logic and reason before gaining that knowledge. Please know that knowledge may cause you to lose your shit, but at least you didn't panic too soon. Be, well, Do well, Scarpoe
AUTHOR’S NOTE What follows is based on actual occurrences as I recall them. Although some content has been changed for personal purposes, it should be regarded in its essence as fact. Mental illness does not discriminate. Preface I didn’t notice any signs in the beginning, none. Admittedly, I could have overlooked a few negatives – you know … Continue reading When it Rains, A Surrender to Consciousness
...from the manuscript "When it Rains..." Think critically and creatively when thinking with consciousness engaged. Consciously process all other thoughts from a distance to stop any reaction. Be present and do not live in your head. Seek discomfort- physical, mental you name it.
Sometimes mental illness gets in the way of knowing the difference between facts and opinions. An opinion is a judgement not necessarily based on knowledge of all the facts. Facts are the truth. If either get a little fuzzy, ask someone. Any major dude will tell you. Pay attention to the facts and don't give … Continue reading Opinion vs Fact