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Category Archives: Mental Health
I take stock of life in general daily. After stopping a moment to tell God that I love Him just for who He is, I look at things around me. I got up this morning as usual to go out … Continue reading
The question arose by a friend asking which was worse. Was emotional involvement or having physical sex worse when it comes to cheating? Emotions and hormones start the process. The act is the culmination of the thoughts being processed to … Continue reading
I have found someone to converse with that presents some pretty interesting questions. Today the question was posed on the likeness or difference of connection vs union. The following was my response. I can be connected to someone, but not … Continue reading
I noted recently a post from my publisher on FB. They are looking for people with manuscripts for possible publication. There were quite a few inquiries of a variety that showed the desires of people wanting to know how to … Continue reading
Some days I write from my head. Some days I write from my heart. Today, I write from my heart. I am sad today. Not for myself, but from a loss. I reconnected with many of my friends and family … Continue reading
How many times have you heard the phrase “Just another day”? The connotation of that is to say all the days leading up to this day are all the same and it’s just another one of those days like any … Continue reading
I have approved the cover and completed the third edit of the book God gave me for this day. People are succumbing to this terrible tragedy daily. This permanent solution to a temporary issue can be averted if only we … Continue reading
Being 71 is a blessing, yet resigns me to my mortality. As I have written about in the past I was told I would not live past 60. No. Nothing about an incurable disease. My dad called it a genetic … Continue reading
I started out today doing taxes. I realized when I saw how much I owe I thought about how far God has brought me in life. It’s a non-issue anymore. I would have cried, struggled, and fought with the number … Continue reading