I think most of us have felt the sting of resentment. In fact, I would venture to say every human being who has ever, is now, or will ever live will agree, we all have. However, when you are dealing with the horrific truths that come after diagnosis when you realize what happened to cause [...]
Hi everyone. Time for a little pep talk and motivation. Do you ever feel like life has been and always will be one huge uphill climb? If so, me too. Some days it feels like I climb and climb but never reach where I want to go. I even some days feel I'm wasting my [...]
Happy Saturday everyone! Welcome back to my website, I am so humbled and glad you came to visit today. We all have our ups and downs. Some days we feel happy and in control but others we are a mess. I'm no exception, and I'm sure so are you. Sometimes the winds of life blow [...]
Fusion doesn't mean becoming a singleton or losing parts of yourself, rather it means growing into a fuctional whole.
I know you don't hear from me as often as you used to, that is because I've been very busy networking and writing for other sites. I'll try my best in the future not to be a stranger, especially since the Seasonal Affective Disorder seems to have calmed down. I'm feeling much, much better and [...]
I posted this over a year ago and thought I'd review, fix and rerelease it to you. Many of you were not following me then, but the message is powerful and poignant. Enjoy. Shirley Locus of control is a state of mind where we place our belief in how the outcomes of our lives happen [...]
I’ve written on this blog about the road less taken many times before. However, there are so many aspects and thoughts I have concerning it, I had to write another post. Some consider the somewhere they are reaching for to be heaven, some nirvana, some consider it blinking into nothingness. That’s not what I’m really [...]
As of Wednesday, June 27th I have been sober from prescription medications for three years. You see, for most of my life I have abused prescription medications. My addiction began in childhood when my mother gave me and my two brothers doses of her stash of pain pills to keep us [...]
Life has been horribly rough for me lately, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. So, here are some funny photos and memes to brighten your weekend! When it comes to living through rough days, all I can say is what the Proctologist said while examining his patient, "Bend over and smile, it'll be [...]
One of the hardest parts of having lived through severe childhood trauma is the ways it affects daily adult life. Flashbacks, depression, negativity and feelings of needing to escape are only a few of them. How can we mitigate these life-altering side effects? Grounding techniques. There are as many methods to grounding as [...]
I’m have not been one who enjoys journaling. In fact, I’ve told my now retired therapist that I was going to journal many times, but only did for a short time. Eventually, she dropped the whole idea. However, in my recent crisis I found journaling a wonderful way to get out of my head [...]
Are you afraid to fail?
Amnesia is and always has been part of my life.
The abyss of depression is deep, but there is hope!
Breaking free of the affects of the past takes time. My goal is to offer hope.