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I’m a timid tiger, but Salimur probably a cistern. That’s a fantastic question though.
That’s perceptive and what a perspective. AA groups said an Oliver Sax quote once “ask not what disease a person has, but what person a disease has.” It was fantastic, but everybody was chain smoking.
Also I mean some people I know have co-occurring mental and addiction / use issues.
I mean it’s not sharp line though. The infamous AA alcoholic anonymous painting of a man giving support with guy that has hit rock bottom has a double quandary or double compandre.
I stopped in 2007, although I went there the group but two years. It’s so much in terms of intricate details of a person as to co occurring that it’s not really great important or worth to debate. That painting I prefer to feel it and not even discuss.
I mean this could be grasped my point here what I’m saying is even such as Slyvia Plath the issues and details are so intricate as to a person that I feel it and usually don’t discuss.
The comments are fine I’ve noted a while, although you get people to refrain from commenting. I mean I admire people such as Chacku from the star center.
People that might be interested in looking at alternative ways. Maybe this is new to them. The counter culture to the counter culture here is greatness. I basically think the commenters are the sub counter culture.
Diverting back to crux of this. Well if you meet the right person they can heal or contribute to personal growth.
I am actually a huge fan of Katie Mottram emerging proud campaign that interviews women and men in Spirituality. I actually do feel that my faith is strong and if people that are bullied consider my journey they can get on a better path. I don’t need to do anything. Sometimes talking incessantly is a problem and hindrance.
That’s something really important Peers can help others with life struggles. I’m saying such as you can view someone going at it with everything they have. I mean of course not everyone on their journey although I can support some people.
My faith if choice is Christianity Protestant background. I follow the guidance of Edgar Cayce with my Christian Faith. Also he is respectful to other faith denominations. His guidance is supportive to other faiths as well. All in all he is my spiritual guide versus church practitioners. I attend each Sunday and some practitioners are more supportive and this and that. On the edge of 25, I was hit with an issue from my hero Edgar. Then with constant homage to him as a mentor I start to learn the humor in the quick beat to America. The metaphor is that America moves fast that it’s difficult in this land.
I’m referring to group dynamics things may get uncovered. Even the upper echelons world over appreciate the value of this.
With I it hit, well simply shouldn’t be described in a single paragraph. Shouldn’t that’s all. We are here to enjoy our time but also so many profound reasons why. Group support is a guardian of civilized and productive mental aid. Natural community groups that’s what I have passion and gets me up from the aspect of connection. Natural groups are huge and I definitely appreciate.
I don’t concur Julie. I often said I don’t want any friends. After work I say that phrase to get me motivated to attend a fabulous group in the community. Getting situated they have a board there with photos and getting there I often look at that direction and think that inspirational phrase as the group is going on.
At the group I didn’t meet a buddy. I met a truly wonderful individuals. I went there just tonight. That’s the total and all encompassing crux of this thing.
Group therapy my theme is to uncover versus expose.
Leaving St. Louis by The East side into Illinois. The signs are there and I don’t banish it into a hope list as to how the world could be. I uncover versus expose.
I mean I don’t want to come across as too oddball though I in a way feel I’m living in Scooby-Doo world. A lot of mean peoples. Them mean people.
These guys at Church give me the uncomfortable. I’m white and my favorite people men and women that I feel aren’t there because it hurt them too.
Those really warm peoples and the friendliest or # 1 people are there and I feel nice with them generally speaking. It either be pretty good though if people who are of Christian background re-join us at Protestant side. Dudes get them out of there.
I was in heartland fighting. There weren’t many of us here or if they were they did a stent.
Few years now I’m just still that’s all I can do here alone.
Still though they punch me kick me and punch me again. Not hassling around though the picture gets more evident due to my vigilant prayer life.
These dudes getting even more punked be their malediction. Even the reverent and the insestous hats guys get’n more pitifulied.
If mindfulness was an adage and so therefore in a way it is to leave the pointless heretics.
Heroin is not needed to sail into the mountain side waterfall you wash thyself from pain and misery of the world. Whether be:
dorks at school,
abuse at home,
the living of solitude
needs and scariness of loneliness.
Thanks Julie although I deleted the video. I’ve decided to just be over and done with commenting and video things. Back to reading articles and viewing mental health websites of our leaders and strong people that blog on mental health particularly alternative topics. There are so many women and men to view videos and read blogs and that’s fantastic. Pat
Pat what it feels like working as a peer at dept of mental health – I need to get out of here. I definitely enjoy working as a peer although better suited to the peer field. I don’t belong here at dept headquarters. I’m worried and I need help.
Anyway here is my video: https://youtu.be/zHEl5bFKtBg
Sera, Title. The title of your blog says it all. Survey is a word that I throw back at onlookers. Signifies to me looking back on the course of events that has occurred quite a while. I’m saying OK dermitt no. I don’t know but we shall, we shall make it there in the end.
Harmful and offensive as in the blog about the wellness call. The way you put it could have gone to a put away scenario.
Put away – is a bad word or idiom from American history referring to when an individual is incarcerated or put away in a mental facility.
Omgoodness. That’s weird thing to say. Peers and people that have mental health issues get cruel messages frequently.
I was so excited today thinking of this moment on my sofa. Reading this blog and now singing karaoke with myself, Whitney the greatest love of all.
People that have gained weight it doesn’t make you any less strong.
The ymca here has a pool and also a family and therapy pool. They have a circle that is waist high water with a current. You can walk with current or towards. It’s also helpful to just walk in a pool if the water is shallow. It’s a curent of fortune with I at this time. Then I go eat at restaurant with them. I think about how I’m staring intensely at the decor man and then eat.
It’s ideal to build muscle in legs and water fitness contributes to weight loss more than treadmill or gym bicycle. It’s the best way and due to science laws people feel very light in water.
If you feel sensitive at gym pool you can buy a one piece suit and also second clothing item to go over waist and hips. Just my suggestions to the world.
True, however this is an issue throughout America. Difficult to make statement in that way when pertains so many families.
I was saying that now with young people / young adults the atmosphere is unusual.
It’s considered acceptable to be very mean not only words also behavior. The kids are already used to this heightened level.
I am a voice hearer and I’ve caused issues since I’ve been at the admin central office doing what I was hired to do. The admin has been informed by their admin that they should leave me alone and back off.
So I was like ok. I also call providers all day long when I’m not traveling or going to do presentations/trainings. I try to work hard and be professional.
And then I spend time being an actor at office. Ya know due to the stigma and overall attitude. A man that has mental health issues, however at work is being an actor with it. I’m getting jiggy with it cuz I know how to be professional in work or business setting. I know the rules of courteous and this and that. If I can be a dork at work that’s gonna happen.
“I think it’s a great thing from my perspective and experiences. I wonder how this will shift the archetypes and life in modern society.”
When I worked at the state mental health hospital the employees were diverese cultural makeup. My office was there although I traveled in community visiting region providers.
I requested to be transferred to the dept mental health central office headquarters with high up state mental health admin. They have a lot of employees and they are almost all white Euro – American. I’m the one individual that self discloses that I have mental health challenges. It’s really weird being there basically.
I don’t like reading the introduction “ the most rebellious kids at risk getting bad behaviors.” K-12 grade are very cruel to one another. It’s accepted as ok to do. You can tell just by being near to them and osmosis. It’s hard to stereotype and say the most rebellious kids are at risk of bad behaviors. Sometimes it appears that the majority of K-12 are not rebellious, but more mean. It also seems that the in America the prominent population European-American continue to lead the front with mean spirited attitude. America population is gonna be superseded by a racial and ethnic mix up that is rising.
I think it’s a great thing from my perspective and experiences. I wonder how this will shift the archetypes and life in modern society.
Very good point.
My views are not wide open book, but there really is alot to say.
I met a woman once who did the ect and her people didn’t pressure her. I also met absolutely people rebelling against it.
Here is more on that topic. https://youtu.be/u2UMsD974Sk