Tag Archives: PTSD

Izing the Memories of Life

“Yesterday is but today’s memory, and tomorrow is today’s dream” – Khalil Gibran  Just a quick Friday afternoon feelings article.  A short review of “izing’s” and something that Khalil Gibran made me realize many years ago.  His writings had a major impact on me in the late 60’s and into my college years.  So just […]
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Boundaries Keep Moving

“It’s not the dog in the fight, it’s the fight in the dog that counts” In my last post I mention two stories that had caught my attention and went on to explain one of them.  That was the story regarding the Quebec restaurant and the patron with a serious allergy situation.  I touched on […]
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A Time to Turn Around

It has been a difficult six week and although I have written lots, I’ve published nada.  June is my most difficult month and this year was extreme.  June has been my life nemesis month.  The seeds of the trepidation I feel for the month of June were planted in my belief system from a very young age. […]
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Revictimization

I haven’t posted for a while due to business.  However I can’t use that as an excuse and I can’t put this off any longer.  This week has been extremely aggravating and epitomizes the challenges I have been helping some clients with. There has been a lot of news this week on the subject of […]
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Are We Really Moving Forward?

How many times have you heard “just give it time”?  How many times have you said “change happens slowly”?  Well I am just approaching the 61 anniversary of my diagnosis with polio.  I contracted it when I was 3 in June of 1953.  They treated me for almost two weeks for the flu even though […]
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