“Don’t ever underestimate the impact that you may have on someone else’s life.” — Anonymous I couldn’t do what I … Continue Reading Using My Words To Help People
For a number of years, I spent a great deal of time looking ahead. I mean, if I wasn’t reminiscing … Continue Reading Taking Life One Hour At A Time
Awhile back, the above question was asked by Eliza’s Journey to Life (on one of her “Gratitude Challenge” posts). My … Continue Reading What Five Things Do You Like About Yourself?
Maybe I am asking the wrong group of people, as many of my readers are struggling with mental health conditions … Continue Reading What Do People Without Psychosis Think About?
I was just thinking about this, as I was perusing the featured posts on my web site. What makes me … Continue Reading What Makes You Uniquely You?
NOTE: This was written awhile ago, but still applies to many of us. It is desire, along with having decent … Continue Reading Inside Suffering: A Look At Stability, Insight, And Statistics
I am imbalanced.A little.Right now.Having missed important medication.I think.It doesn’t help that I don’t feel well.Yes.It’s my illness.I am just … Continue Reading I Am A Little Imbalanced (A Poem)
According to Ashley of Mental Health @ Home, it is important to “just keep going.” And, that, to me, is … Continue Reading Just Keep Going…
Originally posted on Prose for the Masses:
It is a guttural scream inside that no one can hear but me. It is a million fireworks with their fuse set ablaze, waiting to light the night sky that is my soul.…
Talk about making mistakes! And, just because you spent a long time making one! This post is about how I … Continue Reading Focus And Changing Direction (Sooner Rather Than Later)
First off, I am interested in reducing a certain amount of “comfortability,” so that I may grow more. I.e. Expand … Continue Reading Trying Not To Let My Delusions Overwhelm Me
I originally wrote this guest post for http://www.mybrainsnotbroken.com. It was a pleasure working with Nathan of MBNB! Please check out … Continue Reading Key Ways to Cope With Severe Mental Illness — A Guest Post For “My Brain’s Not Broken”
In the interest of having my blog be transparent, I’d like to share that my depression (although controlled for the … Continue Reading What’s The Point?
Today, I talked about death to my wife. I want to die. But, do I really? To me and for … Continue Reading The Things We Don’t (Or May Not) Share
I’ve written about some of this before, adding more detail with each update. My voices started when I was 24 … Continue Reading How My Life Changed With These Schizophrenia Symptoms