Daily Archives: April 1, 2017

Rebound

She stood on the dock overlooking the water
Her rippled reflection staring back
Face a little rounder
Eyes a little redder
Spirit a little weaker
She could feel the warmth of the sun on her back
She eased into her new existence
Painful incident it was
Still trying to see the positive
Still trying to grasp the lesson
Caught in a shitstorm of insanity w far reaching consequences
Watching the ripples sway her profile
Looking as though she’s standing tall
Whether it’s an illusion or not
She takes the sudden inner strength
And carries it into tomorrow


Better Late(r) Than Never

Daily Prompt – Later I haven’t done a daily prompt for awhile now. I haven’t done a regular post for that matter, with reviews and reblogs filling in for my non-existent creative thoughts. I guess I have been putting off … Continue reading

Support from Coworkers

My new job is…challenging.  I’ve been there for 2 months, and I’ve had many moments (even hours at a time) when I questioned what I was thinking when I even considered working in the mental health field let alone accepting this particular position.  I am brimming with self-doubt and insecurity about whether I’m suited to […]

“Bipolar House” To Be Filmed For Pilot!

A friend I grew up with works at a Hollywood television network. A couple years ago I emailed him my reality show concept and he shared it with a Bravo producer. The idea went nowhere…until now. Bravo Television has selected Bipolar House: Rapid Cyclers Edition for a pilot production! Because the cast features some major celebrity … Continue reading “Bipolar House” To Be Filmed For Pilot!

Reblog – 6 Rare Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Originally posted on Nesie's Place:
Image: michaeljung/shuttercock Fibromyalgia can be a weird illness. Your doctor may say that fatigue and pain are the only real symptoms of fibro, but you can’t help but wonder if your latest uncomfortable symptoms…

Product Review – Health Story Lines, Asthma

I was diagnosed with asthma when I was in my mid to late 20’s. I was told that I didn’t have it as a child, it started due to a combination of my “accident” in 1992 where I collapsed a … Continue reading