Tag Archive: anxiety

Airports

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
“Just got back from a pleasure trip:  I took my mother-in-law to the airport.”  –Henny Youngman   I love to fly, to look out at the…

Advice…um…

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I would SO love to give good advice.  …but when I do, no one listens. My advice about anxiety is this:  Never say the “A” word in front of someone in a medical… Continue reading

Sleepless moments

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Tried to sleep.  The mind said, “Hell, no!  I have an urgent need to write!” So I sat at the keyboard and…nothing.  Thoroughly enraged at my brain, I turned out the light, closed my… Continue reading

Seeing the light at the end of the funnel

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When I don’t know where else to turn, when I don’t know what to do, I sit in the dark and type at God, or maybe the universe and quite possibly myself.  As… Continue reading

Conversations of Odd

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God, or whatever you are, I’m back in the dark again, trying to understand the workings of my soul.  Or maybe it’s just that I keep feeling like I’m forgetting something. Like your… Continue reading

Horror story (for a cat)

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As I sit at the computer chowing down on butter-flavor-spray-fried potatoes smothered in cheese, I contemplate why I’m assaulting my stomach with comfort food. There’s nothing left to do but write out the… Continue reading

Why we’re stressed

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Continuing on with this weeks theme…. CRAZY WEEK …it’s insanity to think that 1 person can do the job of 25 for years without taking a roller coaster ride over the bell-curve of… Continue reading

Conquering fear

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Well God, or love, or kindness, or just another part of me that’s too ornery to die, if the goal of living this delusion called life is to overcome my fear I’m doing… Continue reading

Fuzzy Logic

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Caterpillar legs: an example of nature and fuzzy logic.

A Breath of Wind

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Have you ever felt that you will blow away on the next breath of wind?