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Crawling Back From A Dark Place

Trigger Alert-This is part two of an article about suicide.

Due to the numerous amounts of people committing suicide in the CRPS/RSD community I feel it is important to talk about what to do when you are close to the edge. 563 more words

Elevators, Against Me!

My life has been many things up to this very moment; confusing and discombobulated, exciting and terrifying, happy and sad, fast and slow and a bunch of other things but it only passes through periods of comfort, which never hangs around for that long before discomposure shifts in and shits all over the place but compared to some peoples it’s been a four star hotel stay with substandard room service that always fucks up my order. 1,302 more words

Life Choices

Live Long and Prosper

Leonard Nimoy, 1931 – 2015

I’ve been a fan of Star Trek since I was a kid, and the Spock character was always one of my favorites.  147 more words


The kindness of others changes us

Being an adopted black African growing up in the heart of Scotland brought its own difficulties for author Jackie Kay. In her wonderful book ‘Red Dust Road’, Kay reflects on growing up in Scotland. 477 more words


What to do...what to do...?!?

Good day dear readers,

Not much has really been going on in my world last few days. I had planned to go out with a friend from Charleston tonight, but the panning on that fell through due to a scheduling conflict. 262 more words



Sometimes as we are going along on our journey of healing we need some encouragement. Being aware of our thoughts and emotions, replacing negative beliefs with positive ones, staying with what’s true not created stories, using language that connects rather than destroys, seeking balance and caring for our bodies with exercise, healthy eating and enough sleep can seem exhausting! 182 more words


Acceptance, toleration, patience and freedom of choice

I’m pretty ambivalent towards world affairs and do you know why? Of course you don’t because I haven’t told you yet, well here it is. There is a never ending and ever changing list of things outside of my control; traffic lights, people ahead of me at the supermarket checkout, where dogs crap when they are off the leash, the price of hotdogs, cheese and coffee, babies crying, horse race outcomes, how fast old people walk when they are ahead of me on the sidewalk, an idiot’s point of view, someone who studies the menu for five minutes at a fast food restaurant and then don’t know what to order when they reach the cash register, hence holding everyone else up, people lying to people to get what they want, people being cruel to others for their own amusement, politics, climate change, the man who smells offensive when I’m on public transport, the list goes on and on and on. 1,093 more words