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Yellow-Lighted

From the blog, The Daily Dark
I took off from work today. I think I pulled the muscles in both of my arms from yesterday's heavy lifting. I don't even really count the number of trucks we have anymore. I just take packages off the belt and sort, sort, sort until one of the supervisors come by yelling that we're to gather by the sign-in sheet and then get the hell out, literally. I'm also extremely tired. I just ... Read more »


Normalcy Again

From the blog, Pinon Pine Blues
Just over a month ago I made an entry here about normalcy. In it I talked about my determination to maintain my stability. I also acknowledged there will be ups and downs in my life, and that this is normal. Now, a month or so later, I'm thinking more about normalcy and stability. What I'm coming to recognize is that I really have minimal experience with a stable life. The past ... Read more »


RE: Is it ok?

From the blog, ⇜ŞŤiŁL↭฿r₀kℯℕ⇝
Link: http://forums.psychcentral.com/coping-emotions/368955-ok.html ---- Things do have a way of getting better though... I don't believe its okay, but then i'm not in your shoes, so i really have no right to say one way or the other. And i have no right to judge. The only other thing i can think of though, is have you been diagnosed with anxiety at ... Read more »


Shouting At The Wind

From the blog, Shouting At The Wind
Welcome to "Shouting At The Wind" - a weekly blog dedicated to addressing the day to day struggles faced by people with mental disorders. My name is Kevin Medeiros. I am not a psychologist, though I have a Batchelor's Degree in psychology. I do, however, have a family rought with various different mantel disorders. I have learned over the years the strife of coping with Autism, Bipolar disorder, OCD, Schitzophrenia, ... Read more »


Well--

From the blog, Stepping Through Thorns
I dropped out of dbt due to a new job starting. Im still doing okay though. No meds. Im still unfocused but not desperate. ... Read more »


Book Recommedations

From the blog, Lost in the Supermarket
I've been reading some great books on depression and anxiety. Those interested should definitely check them out: How I Stayed Alive When My Brain Was Trying to Kill Me: One Person's Guide to Suicide Prevention by Susan Rose Blauner Managing Your Depression: What You Can Do to Feel Better by Susan J. Noonan Depressed and Anxious: The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Workbook for Overcoming Depression and Anxiety by Thomas Marra ... Read more »


Back On Track.....

From the blog, Medtime
Well seems like Im back on track...Im off the pot and going to group on wednesday. Im clean. Feeling good about it too. For some time I really did'nt want to stop smoking my weed but going to group seems to help. My doctor and therapist have been asking me if Im clean too. Im also stable with my meds. I'm hoping to continue working with them and my sponsor. ... Read more »


Minecraft Stabilizes Bipolar Disorder I

From the blog, for my mental health
This blog over 10 years old but all my archives deleted long ago. :) About me? I have a lot of health issues, none worth writing about today. The main reason I felt compelled to write now is because I AM OKAY. It started last December when I discontinued all meds against doctors advice and went on a 3 day fast. And here I am . . . still happy, no ... Read more »


How to talk to Mr Obama...golfspeak!

From the blog, A Blog of Thinking Allowed
There seems to be a bit of confusion regarding what the President is saying.  And there seems to be an even bigger gap between what others--experts I might add--are telling him and what he appears to be hearing.  I have a suggestion. Communication is key in all relationships. We must find the recipient of our message and relate to them on their level or the message is lost. Actually, there is ... Read more »


hello again

From the blog, Daily Nuggets
Well, I will tell you more about me. I was mostly raised by my mother who was, and still is, a practicing alcoholic. I was pretty much ignored a lot by her and had to, in a sense, raise myself. She favored my younger brother and, while neglecting me, she would buy him the best of clothes--while I was lucky if I got hand-me-downs. There are some other things going on ... Read more »


This Too Shall Pass...Won't It?

From the blog, Heather Unbalanced
I dont expect many people to read this blog. Its more of a personal journal made public as my way of telling the world, "Im not ashamed of my feelings. I have them. I acknowledge them. I let them move on." This particular blog, my first one, is being written during a time of grief. I have lost someone. Not to death; nothing so serious. But I have lost a man. ... Read more »


I'm a Freak Accident Away from Becoming a Supervillian

From the blog, Random Thoughts
I love watching superhero movies. It doesn’t matter if I even like the superhero, I still will see the movie. Lately I’ve taken on a fascination with the supervillain. There are two types- the pure evil villain who knows (s)he is evil and intentionally wants to be as cruel as possible and there’s the mentally unstable underdog who as a result of some freak accident has gained super powers that when combined ... Read more »


I Am Looking For A New Love, Yeah!

From the blog, I loving Ear to talk too from Nanette T.
I sometimes feel like life is blah.  sad, and happy too.  Today I am happy and encouraged.  I am looking for new interests in my life.   I am trying to write a book and I want to do something good. I am looking for love in art, love in my son , love in my husband Matt.   Love and friendship in my psychiatrist Flowers.  I am looking for a ... Read more »


History of Frontal Lobotomy

From the blog, Benjamin A Kozlowski
           The history of the surgical treatment of psychiatric disease has a complex history, at times controversial, at others popular, and its origins reach back into distant history.  Beginning with the discovery of the Ensisheim burial site in France, we can find evidence of a procedure known as trephination; a procedure where a circular saw of some type was apparently used to ... Read more »


Just Life

From the blog, Just Life
This page is about life in general. The pain, joy, and roadblocks to life. Most of it will be about the pain we feel because of life in general and how we can be stronger, better people.  Some or possibly much of it will be about my personal experiences and what I have done to get through some tough moments. Please comment or keep track if you find that "Just ... Read more »


 
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