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TFTD: Self-reflection

Byron Katie Newsletter: June 2008 The following quote is exactly what I have been going on about, the need to have an objective observer, one who pushes the ego out of the way and takes a good long look at who we are. The first step to healing is to know what has to be […]

Overcoming Procrastination

Powerful Sleep – Health & Energy Blog >> How to Overcome Procrastination with 4 S As a lifelong procrastinator, I have to say Kacpar nailed it down pretty well. I think that where most of us fall short is this: when I make a commitment to myself, I have to treat it as seriously as […]

My Take on the Sixties

My take on the sixties: I was born in 1957, 12 years after WWII The Big One ended. The Korean conflict came between the two events. As far as I can tell, I’m being labeled “Baby Boomer” only so that folks my age will fund the real boomers’ greedy retirement plans. Even as we speak, […]

TFTD: Being Average

Thought for the Day: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” — Jim Rohn Quoted by Gary Craig in the EFT Insights Newsletter (July 6, 2007)  Related Folk Revival According to an article in May 23, 2007 N.Y. Times,… BBQ Done Right! George H. Gobel is an engineering […]

Schizophrenia – Industrial Disease?

Early manifestations and first-contact incidence of schizophrenia in different cultures. A preliminary report on the initial evaluation phase of the WHO Collaborative Study on determinants of outcome of severe mental disorders. Psychol Med. 1986 Nov;16(4):909-28. Sartorius N, Jablensky A, Korten A, Ernberg G, Anker M, Cooper JE, Day R. The results provide strong support for […]

People Who…

people who experience mood swings fear voices visions each other on the internet for advocacy and support I don’t know where to start to talk about Sylvia Caras. Award-winning mental health consumer advocate, speaker and author, founder of the Madness group and of People Who, Grandma, and a really together lady. I really look up […]


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TFTD: Let Your Hair Down

“Let your hair down if you must, but don’t expect everyone to brush it for you.” — banth  Related Googlism Googlism for: banth Thought I’d look up my nick. Apparently… YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by

Remission in Bipolar Disorder

If someone figures out how to “cure” genetics, let me know. You can’t exactly pick up a bottle of Grecian Formula for Brain at the local pharmacy. Remission is another thing altogether. That simply means that you are having an extended symptom-free period. Given that the DSM-IV bipolar criteria only require that the patient have […]

Metaprogramming the Meat Computer

I’ve been trying to find out where my personal evolution stopped – using the transpersonal psychology model for lack of a better plan – so that I can decide what to work on next. Change is pretty destabilizing, I’m afraid, but stagnancy is another form of death. Yeah, probably hanging on too long is an […]

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