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Personal essay, Part 1...Husband

The next few postings are going to contain parts of a personal essay I wrote while in college. It details some of my early episodes, as well as my relationship with my father, who was also bipolar. 885 more words

Dr. Bentley, Procrastinator

Written for the Postaday, Now? Later!:

“You can’t just turn on creativity like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood.
What mood is that?
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#HollowayPack Announcement + Cover Reveal

So, if any of you have ever visited my website and had a mosey around there, then you’ve probably come across the POV-Switch Scenes I have up on there (from Sean’s POV), and the free shorts I had (<<note the past tense) there, too. 979 more words

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Diabetes Miletus and Homoeopathy

Diabetes is attaining global epidemic proportions they say. It is talk of the town and each will politely refuse sweets on the pretext of ‘Sugar’ or to prevent sugar! 549 more words


Family history of dyslexia? No, not us! Wait, what?

This week, my husband and I have been cleaning out our closet. Little did I know what story that closet contained!

We’ll come back to that in a moment, but first you need to know that both of my children show signs of dyslexia. 578 more words

Do Genes Really Play a Role in Your Risk for Obesity?

In recent years, scientists have made great advances in understanding important environmental causes of obesity. Although a person’s risk for obesity is influenced most heavily by behavioral choices, major efforts are now being directed toward assessing the interactions of genes and environment in the obesity epidemic. 1,185 more words

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The Curse Of The In-Laws

Your husband; you’ll accept his flaws,

But not so much from your in-laws,

Once you ascertain how scary,

It is that they’re hereditary,

Of this fact you may be in denial, 7 more words