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Introducing David Michael Ellington, author of Rescued: Getting Help Before You Go All The Way Under

“My experience has been great.”

David Ellington has spent over half of his life serving in the military service. He is now retired from the military and enjoys his time with his family and his best friend Aileen. 96 more words

Outskirts Press

Things I Said I'd Do (And Haven't)

Lately, I’ve been noticing a lack of follow-through in myself. By ‘lately,’ I mean basically ever since my dad passed away. I wish that didn’t sound cliche or excuse-like, but there it is. 579 more words

Just Thinking

Work Ethic, Touch, and Melting into Bliss

I forget how strong my work ethic is… and then I am around people who don’t have that work ethic. The second job I have is basically myself and those people. 670 more words

Personal Diary

The Mental Health Monsters

If you follow the music world, or entertainment in general, you’d have heard by now that Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington took his own life. He like many other immensely talented individuals, are not immune to their own minds and tragically Chester lost his battle, my condolences to him and all those who love him. 850 more words

Thu. Think: Knots are for Tie Die & Sailing!

Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. The anxiety can cause all kinds of knots (and nots). Tell your inner critic to hush & remind yourself that you are able. Woo-sah.


No One Is Alone by Stephen Sondheim

Mother cannot guide you.
Now you’re on your own.
Only me beside you.
Still, you’re not alone.
No one is alone, truly.
No one is alone. 299 more words


Some people don't think fire burn...

My grandmother would say this exact statement in her permanent Camden, Alabama accent. She left at a pretty young age but that country girl accent stuck with her throughout her life in New England. 213 more words