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The Singles Bar

A number of years ago, I found myself “suddenly single” at mid-life. After recovering from shock, I eventually began to realize that unless I intended to be single for the rest of my life, I had to seek opportunities to socialize with – yes – members of the opposite sex, i.e. 869 more words


"Talk to me"

“Talk to me,” by my friend Rendy Kowal, is written with a clarity, awareness, and dry humor that I really appreciate. She is an active, important part of our brain injury community and an avid member of Achilles International as am I. 448 more words


Being Independent

My ISTJ personality consists of 80% introvert,  which explains a bit why I don’t like working in groups. It’s not that I don’t like working with people, it’s just that I’m not compatible with most people. 304 more words


Adulting: Moving out and growing up…

This month Lorry and I moved into our temporary home with Lorry’s family until we figure out the next steps (i.e. figure out life). For Bagel this also meant a big change: two new canine roommates, Pixel and Milo. 584 more words

Day 5

Well, if anyone is actually following along here, you will notice that this “Day 5” post is going up on Day 6…oops.

I do have a good reason for it though! 139 more words



Food plays a major part in how we live, socialize and interact with each other. For me, it is one of the main pleasures in life, and when I think about getting together with family or friends, or going out and socializing, then preparing or ordering food is a must. 350 more words

SPD and moving away

When I talk about my diagnoses, I always say my primary are schizoaffective and BPD because they affect my life the most my other two currently diagnosed are PTSD and SPD.   468 more words