I don’t know about you, but I am not always reliable with my accounts of things. I do my best, to the point, that I think I know what I am saying… but, clearly all of us are wrong from … Continue Reading Reliability And Symptom Reporting
I’d like to say that all is peachy, but I am writing from the perspective of the “struggle.” And, I wonder if it will ever just “go away,” knowing full-well that I have life-long issues. So, why hope? Why care? … Continue Reading More On The Struggle
And, I worked in some psychology-related jobs while attending college. However, I remember next to nothing about the subject matter, except I can tell you all about my lived experiences with chronic mental illness. I do read psych articles most … Continue Reading I Have A Four-Year Degree In Psychology
A metaphor for relationships, which has a definite impact on one’s mental health… A father once gave his son a book on “How To Forgive.” A son once gifted his father a book on “How To Say I’m Sorry.” Though … Continue Reading The Art Of The Apology – Where Do You Stand On The Following?
This describes me to a “T.” I have a number of hobbies and interests. Sadly, though, much of the time, I don’t have the energy for anything other than surfing the Internet and eating. What a life I (we) all … Continue Reading Jack Of All Trades – Master Of None