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It has been a while. It has been a time. What a time.   It’s hard for me to say where I have been. I don’t want to say where I’ve been, but I can give you a glimpse. If the flow of this talk (can we call it that?) seems out of  order it’s […]


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19May13

Hello . . . to you.   I’ve been in deep lately and the lights I see aren’t’ always trustworthy, if you know what I mean. I feel bad because a few people had tried to make connections with me during this absence, and I hope to pick up those threads.   I’m so easily overwhelmed right now that even the thought […]


23Feb13

Originally posted on All that I am, all that I ever was…:
We all have good days and bad days. For some of us, especially if mental health issues are involved, the bad days can be all-consuming, so when they hit we need to have the coping skills to deal with the emotional distress we…


If you don’t have anything to say, then say ‘Thank you’. This is a very personal story but and I hope you read it all the way. I’m sure I romanticized the details some, but it is as truthful as I can tell it. I had been digging lately for some bit of truth I could write […]


Shadows

19Feb13

From shadows I seek you . . . Got a light? “To contemplate is to look at shadows” – Victor Hugo I must be in deep, deep thought “Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you” – Walt Whitman I’m trying Uncle Walt . . . can you breath […]


I pledge my commitment to the Blog For Mental Health 2013 Project.  I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others.  By displaying this badge, I show my pride, dedication, and acceptance for mental health.  I use this to promote mental health education in the struggle to erase stigma. Check out: Blog […]


23Jan13

Originally posted on Bipolar, Employed & STILL Lost:
I wish there were commercials like this everywhere! If there were commercials like this in the U.S., I think people wouldn’t have a problem talking about it. Can you imagine having a mental illness and you can go out with your friends and discuss it openly, freely.…