We all must make decisions in life. Do we do it in freedom or pain?
Whose fault/responsibility is my life? Mine or someone else's?
Death is inevitable, so why not live?
A further explanation of just what the hell I was talking about
Leaving the past in the past takes courage. Walking into the future does too.
Living with DID can be difficult, but there are ways to make it easier. I offer some pearls of wisdom to those who will listen.
Our decisions that we make in our lives can make or break us. However, we shouldn't spend our time worrying about time wasted.
Taking responsibility for our lives isn't easy, but it is necessary to live a happy and well-adjusted life.
I understand that many people who were harmed as children in ritual abuse, find Halloween a very hard day. Facing what happened on a day to day basis is hard enough, but a high day such as Halloween conjures memories that can be overwhelming. I Propose A New Way of Thinking I am proposing a [...]
Change is a part of life none of us can escape. From the day we are born until the day we die, we will face changes in our lives. Some of these transformations will be ones we will easily embrace, others not so much. To be terrified of change is to be afraid to live. [...]
Locus of control is a state of mind where we place our belief in how the outcomes of our lives internally or externally. Looking for someone else to make us happy is external locus of control, and a recipe for disaster. Looking inward for control over our lives and destiny is preferable, but must be [...]
Humans are motivated by their behaviors, motivations and goals and one thing we all do is to kick the can down the road. We spend an inordinate about of time and energy doing the things we want to satisfy our desires, regardless of the consequences, telling ourselves that it will all turn out fine somehow. [...]
Well, since my last post about life went over so well, I thought I’d post about the most common illusion found among mankind, the illusion that we have control over our lives and the lives of others. Please remember, I’m writing about lessons I’ve garnered from living through the hell of psychotherapy. These lessons may [...]