By Al Galves In its section on Anxiety Disorders, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) doesn’t include a state of being that is consistent with what we mean when we use the word “anxiety” in everyday conversation. Rather, it includes disorders which are more extreme than that – Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Posttraumatic... Continue Reading →
My question as posed to a few benzo boards
I don't hang out on benzo boards much anymore. They tend to be horrifyingly scary and unnecessarily alarming. Also I think on some of them, information that is genuinely reckless is routinely given out. So after gathering tons of info over a couple of years time I stopped frequenting them. They've definitely played a very... Continue Reading →
In Silence Be still. Listen to the stones of the wall. Be silent, they try To speak your Name. Listen To the living walls. Who are you? Who Are you? Whose Silence are you? Who (be quiet) Are you (as these stones Are quiet). Do not Think of what you are Still less of What... Continue Reading →
Doggy nightmare — funny but painful
Very short--poor doggy:
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