One way of disputing the nonsense in my head: I must do well and be liked or I am no good. So. I had a stroke, lost a source of income, a house, a car, and a cat, and I’ve never been really popular so I don’t have visitors, well very few. So my self … Continue reading Disputing The Nonsense In My Head
I see your pain, and I empathize. Actually I see your inconvenience, and it is the same as mine, just the details are different. you could be any race or gender or disability or age here online, with any profile you made up. bottom line, you are your thoughts, typed out, and it is often … Continue reading I see your pain
I must be liked and accepted or I am no good, and it turns out that others likes and dislikes only describe them not me. Here is a response to an invite to show my work recently: Disabled art, indigenous art, pride art, women's art, white middle class male art, emerging art, mid career art, … Continue reading Wanna Show? Hell No!
PTSD extreme fear, stress is another name for fear, is treated by acclimating, or getting used to, similar situations. Fear is just something I'm not used to yet, or fear of the unknown. What creates it, generally, is predicting the future that it is going to be awful and terrible, words that mean death causing, … Continue reading The Creatures
Birthday was cool. went to a swanky hotel for brunch, WALKED around downtown taking photos of gay people for pride parade, WALKED in the park taking fotos of folks, WALKED to a coffee shop.....walking, has been my gift to me, it was the scariest thing I have ever done at first, those wheelchairs are seductive … Continue reading Walking
Response to a comment: I think the point is, companies living off their slave workers. Interesting that you posted a photo of a coal miner like my father who died of lung cancer feeding his family with no after support or company health plan. We were hated by other working class families for living on … Continue reading Working Class Stupidity