Archive for November, 2012

A quick post before I dash (read: meander slowly) off to try to get my errands run. This morning I was feeling particularly slow. Slow enough that the draw of my bed seemed too strong, and that I was attached to an invisible anchor that weighed more than my poor beleaguered heart could break itself free from. […]


You Are Here

30Nov12

It sounds like such an obvious statement: ‘You are here’.    Of course I am! Where else would I be? But that’s the catch. Where do we spend our attention most of the time? Worrying about dinner, or the bills, or whether your mate is still angry with you for what you did/didn’t do, said, […]


Guilt is defined by many to be the feeling of doing something wrong or an inability to meet some standard. As a dad with a mood disorder I often feel immense guilt because of the great expectations I have for myself. I’m sure most parents feel this guilt about some things, but I can tell you that […]


First off, I’d like to say thanks for coming to this page. I truly hope that you can get something out of it and I can help. Intro: I am a Dad first, a husband second . . . and then after many other things, I have bipolar type II. I am an explorer, a […]