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The Wall . . . for the new guys and the seasoned riders

Everybody has a point of doubt. For a marathoner it might be mile 20. For a cyclist on a century, it might be the 80 mile mark. 702 more words


Kirsten, 35, Peterborough, UK

I feel like I can’t trust my own brain

A year ago I was diagnosed with OCD. It’s a form called Pure O, so I don’t have the behaviours that you might expect, but instead where someone may wash their hands again and again, I analyse my thoughts again and again.

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On Gratitude

October 6, 2015

I was listening to the CBC yesterday while driving up to snap some photos for an out of town client and as is apt to happen when listening to the CBC the conversation stirred my interest enough that here I am, 24 hours later, still haunted by it. 337 more words

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Sein, 24, Philadelphia, USA

I needed to keep the count at 3. 5. 7. Even shaking hands became an aversion to me

When I was around 8 years of age, one of my teachers asked why I was always always pressing my fingers into my palms. 

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One fun game

Sometimes it feels like there’s a trembling child inside me, even though I see a bearded man staring back at me from the mirror these days. 784 more words

michaelmoorevancouver reblogged this on crowdCONNX and commented:

Worth a read or six.


“The blank page is yours. Cast aside worries over art and criticism. Imagine a land without rules. Imagine that nobody has ever told you that you cannot or should not do this thing. 218 more words