d Lost my head. It left me for someone who cares. I found it in the basement waiting instruction. Be well, do well.
Finding the right mate is well and good, but don't let the search define you. And by the way, never settle. Your true mate may not come along in this life time, and that's totally ok.
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.... anxiety, fear, hopelessness, worry, angry, fatigue, guilt, trust, perception, substance abuse, stress, psychosis, family, violence, philosophy, paranoia, victim, panic, insomnia, self-blame, social skills, depression cheapens life worthlessness, stress, bi-polar, PTSD, medication, psychosis, determined victim, sensitive in an empathic way, trauma (the loss of self) reconnecting with the body is the cure, letting go, … Continue reading Working on Rain
Mental illness contaminates the air. The choking and coughing stir fear in those rendering our care You know of this illness? I say, you do not. Stroll with me for a glimpse into this most disturbing plot.
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
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
We (humans) can be puppets to our thoughts. That’s why it is import to become focused, mindful, and aware in our daily lives. Living a life without focus, mindfulness and awareness is like living on autopilot (living inside your head). For PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) sufferers on autopilot past traumatic events can cause parts … Continue reading Mind Games