Tags » Agitation

Withdrawal off psych. meds

I’m  afraid I’m getting more antisocial as I get older, more things grate on my nerves, I don’t know why. I feel like becoming a hermit. 158 more words

Mental Health

Diaper Me, Diaper You

My friend, Axel, asked me yesterday, while we were catching up after she got back from her trip to Spain, what I do not like about my boyfriend, … 1,026 more words

Losing Control

Mostly, at work, I feel in control.

I know what I’m doing. I monitor my patients in order to prevent deterioration, and for the most part I’m successful. 135 more words


Seasonal trouble

The issue of ‘influx’ of non-tribals, essentially meaning Indians coming from other states, raises its ugly head time to time in the hilly states of North-east. 448 more words


Waiting to Exhale

I’ve been through some of the most stressful months of my entire life. Death, job hunting, moving, evil and unscrupulous landlady and her ex-convict son, even more evil and unscrupulous internet provider (more about that in a few days) all piled one on top of the other, and it makes me tired. 247 more words


“All workers deserve to be treated with dignity and respect”: Lessons learned from workplace agitation gone awry

Last fall, I was fired from my job as a servers’ assistant (SA) at an upscale restaurant located in the premier bourgeois business district of a large Southern city. 4,686 more words


When The Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie... That's AMORE'!!!

At some point today I heard Dad mumbling about doors opening, doors closing. I repeated to him the age old saying “when one door closes, another door opens.” Although I have to admit it sounded hollow to my ears as I said it. 698 more words