Sometimes life-events are so shocking or overwhelming that people react differently than they normal would. This change can be valid, and even necessary at the time, but when things heal or settle, there can come a time when safety mode is no longer effective, and can even be counter productive. That's where I am.
I'd like to share this blog with you today: On Survivorship, from the Survivors http://glioblastology.com/2018/09/17/on-survivorship-from-the-survivors/ — Read on glioblastology.com/2018/09/17/on-survivorship-from-the-survivors/
Try again in life and love.
If you exclusively read positive posts, or if you are easily offended or squeamish, please skip this post and we’ll catch up later. Today I needed to vent but I know it’s not right for everyone. Much Love, LahLa God help me, Cancer, if I ever meet you in person, not your cowardly slither into … Continue reading Fuck You, Cancer!
Psychologists out there, please try not to, "duh.." me, but did you know that many of my problems in life and EVERY SINGLE ONE of my problems in relationships traces back to my childhood family roles?
Just a quick life lesson. Nothing to do with cancer.
Hi Fellow Bloggers, Thank you for your suggestions and for putting up with this boring post. I did try the suggestions and when I try to submit a comment it just goes gray and stays there. If I owe you a response, I'm working on it and apologize for the delay. Have a great day! … Continue reading Technical question on comments (UPDATED MESSAGE)