An Epiphany

Recently I was over taken by the idea that I should become a full-time advocate for mental heath and requested assistance.  I will not be needing this assistance, I will be making it happen. Donations are great, but not for this. I am very capable of making enough money to pursue my interests. Thanks for … Continue reading An Epiphany

When it rains, It’s wet

Since I’ve gotten 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

Subconscious Scrap

Ever hear the phrase “Cheer up! Things could be worse.” Of course, we all have. It’s designed to guilt trip you into gratitude (be grateful for what you’ve got). And it’s very effective. Lately though when I hear this trite phrase, I think, “yea things could be worse, but they could be better, a hell … Continue reading Subconscious Scrap

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

The Hegelian Dialectic

I like to use this dialectic as a guide to human development. George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a German philosopher whom developed the concept. It's original purpose was not intended for explaining human development throughout life, but I find it most fitting. Here is the dialectic: Thesis + antithesis = synthesis If you think about it you may agree, if … Continue reading The Hegelian Dialectic