Category Archives: Mental Health

Writing

I let my writing fall to the wayside over the past year.  I haven’t written anything seriously in months and have not written anything worthwhile or with substance for this blog in a year or at least pretty close to … Continue reading

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My dream…or nightmare.

I had a dream last night. I woke up feeling like I had been in a long standing cycling nightmare. In reality it was probably all of 5 minutes long. It was so vivid, in a weird black and white … Continue reading

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Exhausted, but not…..still flat.

The past day or so I have found myself exhausted but not tired, not sleepy…..just exhaustion clouding my mind. At the same time I have found that I do not have much patience.  I want to do about 10 things … Continue reading

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How do I survive my own mind?

I am a survivor.  I have thought those words so many times during my life time. I have survived things that many have never had to endure.  And I say that knowing that there are people out there who have … Continue reading

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Crowds

There have been times in my life when I have felt completely alone while standing in a room full of people.  Alone in my thoughts while hundreds of hearts beat all around me.  Faces smile at me but I see … Continue reading

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Normal is an Illusion.

Morticia Adams said it right when she said “Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly”. You cannot look at someone and say they do not conform to the normal standard of a … Continue reading

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May Is Mental Health Awarness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  Did you know? Mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians at some time through a family member, friend or colleague. 20% of Canadians will personally experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Mental illness affects … Continue reading

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