No this is not Jerry Springer nor is it manufactured for the benefit of anyone, its a hard cold fact to swallow, but I almost died by my own hands and yes I really am grateful and happy that I didn’t succeed. Suicide has been around for eons, since the beginning of times, it is not a new phenomena but rather ancient practice. Some used … Continue reading The story of how I almost killed myself and why I am happy I didn’t…
A simple answer I am Me I don’t subscribe to labels. I had a dream a couple of weeks ago in which someone stood in front of me and asked me “Who are you?”. They told me not to answer but to think. I remember looking at them and thinking WTF. They just repeated… Think. And so I started to think and haven’t stopped since … Continue reading Who am I?
Oh how I wish I had a time machine to transport me to my younger self. Oh the things I’d tell her, the stories we’d share and the wisdom I have gained in the last 20 decades would be imparted. I can’t go back but perhaps I could impart the wisdom on others. The first is believing in what others tell you about yourself is … Continue reading You are worthwhile!
It’s funny how things don’t come out until triggered. Things from the past that haunt your subconscious mind triggered into the waking moments of little to no consequence. My physical therapist has me on my stomach often to do weird things to my nerves and muscles in my shoulders and back. I don’t like being on my stomach. I don’t like it for very specific … Continue reading Just one of those wonderful PTSD Triggers
If you have ever spoken to a therapist or someone who has studied up they will tell you about the five stages of grief. They’ll tell you that in order to heal after a loss that each person will swing between each of them for an undefined period in time until they reach the final one of Acceptance. The five stages of grief: 1. Denial … Continue reading Mourning a different kind of loss