Sharing something of a delicate nature…does one ever medicate?

One of my readers left a message tonight and said he had never felt as bad as he did today since he had begun withdrawal--to the point that he wished he could numb his feelings. My response was to say he was lucky as I've had many nightmarish days brought about by my withdrawal so... Continue Reading →

“I am under a lot of pressure to not diagnose PTSD”—says military doc

From Salon today we see what is already been whispered about here and there. Soldiers denied benefits for war injuries and told that their emotional problems were pre-existing, etc, all so that the government doesn't have to support these men and women thrown into the war our government created. Now we have proof. By the... Continue Reading →

Quote of the day – LovingKindess

Everything in life changes. The path to true happiness is one of integrating and fully accepting all aspects of our experience. This integration is represented in the Taoist symbol of yin/yang, a circle which is half dark and half light. In the midst of the dark area is a spot of light, and in the... Continue Reading →

More on caffeine

Again getting rid of caffeine helped me more than I can say. Also much of what she says is exactly my experience.

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