When it rains, It’s wet

Since I’ve had my faculties together, about a year now. (hat tip to Dr. Jeremy Crosby and Haus of Clarity). The vitamins along with the associated therapy have afforded me the confidence to attempt to get back into the business start-up game. I happened upon an opportunity that I had actually been dreaming about. COO/VP … Continue reading When it rains, It’s wet

Will You?

How many types of will are there? There’s the will to live, win, succeed, and survive. You can impose your will, spread goodwill, have willpower, or lose your will. Before we go any further I need to mention that there’s a common denominator: free, all human will is free. Mathematical representation:             Types of will   … Continue reading Will You?

Where are Your Expectations?

Expectations can be tricky. Establish them too high and you could be setting yourself up for disappointment. Set them too low, you spare yourself the disappointment, but it’s a good bet that you’re not going to get a desired result. So what the hell? What about the personal expectations you have set for yourself, friends … Continue reading Where are Your Expectations?

MENTAL HEALTH UPDATE

I started "Struggle Street" Oct. 23, 2017 as part of a new treatment regimen. I was hoping it would control my severe depression/PTSD that I had been suffering from since childhood (Reasons). Today I would like to share a brief list of symptoms/behaviors from both before and after this treatment. Before: fatigue, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, … Continue reading MENTAL HEALTH UPDATE

A letter To My Younger Self

Dear Scarp, Please heed this advice that I’m about to share. It will keep you from extreme pain and suffering and will save you precious time. After all, time is all you really have. First, always, always, always be yourself under any circumstance.  You do not have to hide your intelligence just to make others … Continue reading A letter To My Younger Self

Good Help is Hard to Find

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