Dementia

BY SUSAN BERGER Julie Staple was a child when her dad, Mark Womack, began exhibiting odd behavior. An award-winning violin, viola and cello maker, Womack was not following through for clients nor returning phone calls promptly. He was watching more TV and taking more breaks from work. He began drinking and was quick to become … Continue reading Dementia

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🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life ðŸŒ¼ðŸŒ¼ðŸŒ¼

🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life 🌼🌼🌼 http://joypassiondesire.com/2019/06/21/%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc-yes-you-can-feel-good-even-when-you-have-seen-the-dark-sides-of-life-%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc/ — Read on joypassiondesire.com/2019/06/21/🌼🌼🌼-yes-you-can-feel-good-even-when-you-have-seen-the-dark-sides-of-life-🌼🌼🌼/ “Not every sky will be blue and not every day is springtime. So on the spiritual path a person learns to find this kind of happiness without needing nice things to happen on … Continue reading 🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life ðŸŒ¼ðŸŒ¼ðŸŒ¼

Can You Have a “Little” Binge Eating Disorder?

Can You Have a “Little” Binge Eating Disorder? https://thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/19/can-you-have-a-little-binge-eating-disorder/ — Read on thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/19/can-you-have-a-little-binge-eating-disorder/ I have battled with my weight my entire life and was thin until I became pregnant with my first daughter. I followed the example of others around me at the time, twenty-seven years ago and I gained 70–yes 70 pounds when I … Continue reading Can You Have a “Little” Binge Eating Disorder?

Religion and Mental Health

Religion and Mental Health https://thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/18/religion-and-mental-health/ — Read on thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/18/religion-and-mental-health/ **I’m going to preface this post with an disclaimer. If you are a religious person I am not attacking you, your beliefs or your religion. I am just sharing my experiences. That is all. Also please do not attack me in the comments or attempt to … Continue reading Religion and Mental Health

Who are we really?

Are we the people we make believe we are? Are we pretending to be something we are not? We like people's post on Facebook and these people we might not know. We follow people on Instagram who use filters and change their look for greater followers. My question is who are we really?

Anger

Sometimes I can't control my anger, I'm sorry it's something inside my brain The darkness the horror it sometimes slips I can't control it until I'm with you.

Cold

I can feel the numbing of my leg As a crawl towards the end I can feel the numbing on my knee The crawl is long but when I reach the end they say I'll be fine. I can feel the numbing of my hips The smell of death lingers around me. I can feel … Continue reading Cold

Mistakes

People make mistakes! They can't change the wrong they have done. It's not up to you to judge them or condemn them. It's what they do from that day on to fix their mistakes is how we determine their worth.

Reflection

Looking back at me I see someone different, Looking back at me I see a man no longer a boy, Looking back at me I see a man with no longer soft skin That youthful skin no longer is youthful Lines cover that smooth face The face is no longer what it use to be

Listen

When you wake do you hear the noise that guides you? It's the morning talk that inspires you to do good things. Start by waking up that's the first step and then look at the positive energy around you. It will guide you throughout the day.

Another year

I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears Looms but the Horror of the shade, And yet the menace of the years … Continue reading Another year