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See What Happens

don’t want to hear more examples of sadness/meanness. have plenty of your own & your are the top priority. can choose to feel less negative & see what happens.

Right Brain

Part Nine - Chasing Better (Explicit Content)

No man is an island.  I have heard that line so many times over the years.  I usually hear it when I’m being a loner, or am determined to go it alone, and an outside party is equally as determined to stop me. 2,359 more words

Aspergers Syndrome

How to Overcome Workplace Shyness

Some of us are born extroverts. We’re the life of the party, the center of attention, never afraid to speak up or speak out to get a point across. 165 more words

Mental Health

Keep Them Coming

Pour me another glass of wine

And I’ll make it through the day

Pour me another one

And I’ll be happy

Pour me another one and I’ll quit my job

And stay here with you


Avoiding the fact that I'm a mess

“My preferred method of dealing with things is avoidance and hoping it goes away.”

When I wrote this down the other day as an upcoming blog topic, I originally thought it was going to be funny. 500 more words


Sigmund Freud And Your Recovery

For article on how Recovery and How Responsibility Will Set You Free, click on the photo above.

I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. 76 more words

Mental Health

Learning From Royalty

Prince Harry recently shared about the grief he experienced when his mother, Princess Diana, tragically passed away. He participated in a refreshing interview conducted by Bryony Gordon for her podcast, Mad World, in which he confessed, “losing my mum at the age of 12 and, therefore, shutting down all of my emotions for the last 20 years has had a quite serious effect on not only my personal life but also my work as well.” His confession was in part to promote the Heads Together campaign, created to fight the stigma associated with mental health. 740 more words