Monthly Archives: July 2014

Overthinking

I tend to overthink myself- well, not to death, but sometimes something that feels close. Overthinking everything- the reasons why I did X or did not to Y, re-analyzing every painful interaction, charting out possible paths that any decision in … Continue reading

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Real Disease vs. Mental “Disorder”

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Because this is important:

“Autobiography in Five Short Chapters”by Portia Nelson Part I I walk down the street.There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.I fall in.I am lost… I am helpless.It isn’t my fault.It takes forever to find a way out. Part II … Continue reading

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Swinging the pendulum of perfectionism

I am seeking balance in life. Balance is often found by swinging from one end to another, becoming aware, and settling in the middle. I am currently seeking balance in one of the largest, most global pieces of life: perfectionism … Continue reading

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A question I am pondering:

If there are some situations for which there is no explanation, no ability to discern a truth, how do we make meaning out of experience?

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constellations, details, and a truth

There are so many details in the world. Something I have learned from the past two years is that it’s all in the framing — that is, it’s all about perspective, attitude… is it a challenge, or an opportunity? is … Continue reading

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