Monthly Archives: May 2010

Interesting reading

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That anger thing

I’ve been thinking a lot, this morning, about that anger thing — you  know, the way it just comes up, seemingly out of nowhere, like a sudden squall on the sea. I won’t say it’s like a tornado, because the … Continue reading

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Simple is good

Today has been a simple day. Started out with my warm-up exercises, then moved into writing a bit. Before the morning was up, I took care of some odd chores I needed to do, and then I took care of … Continue reading

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Stamina = sanity

I paid a visit to some members of my extended family a few days back, and I’m happy to report the visit was a good one. I was able to actually enjoy myself. This visit was in fact very different … Continue reading

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First, tackle the anxiety

Over the course of my life, one constant companion has been all but invisible to me… until this past year. That companion is anxiety. A persistent, low-level sense of impending disaster, which has never actually been far from me, in … Continue reading

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Life without lists

I’m trying something new and different these days — I’m doing without my exhaustive lists of what I need to do, when I need to do it, and how it should be done. This is a real leap of faith … Continue reading

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Almost normal

I’ve been making more changes to my life, of late, not least of which is doing away with a lot of the rigid guidelines I have relied on, for quite some time, to keep me on track.  I have been … Continue reading

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Move UP to feel UP

The next time I start to feel down and need to lift my spirits, I think I’ll do it physically as well as mentally. An interesting blog post links bodily motions and memory and emotion. If I weren’t so tired, … Continue reading

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Ode to neuroplasticity

I’ve been a little quiet on this blog, lately. Work has picked up, the job interviews I went on have not panned out. The failed job bids are  probably the universe’s way of telling me I’m not extending myself enough … Continue reading

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Do head injury lawyers do more harm than good?

In my travels, I come across a lot of people with a lot of different skills and abilities, difficulties and challenges. Every now and then, I’ll come across someone who has experienced a brain injury, and they retained a lawyer … Continue reading

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