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Great Songs To Listen To When Getting Divorced (List)

As I’ve said many times before, music is integral to my ability to function, so I listen to a lot of it. I decided to compile a list (although Incomplete) of my favorite songs to help me get through this transit.

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“I Am NOT My Diagnosis!”

This has become a popular phrase lately among people who have a psychiatric diagnosis, especially. But I detect streams of inaccuracy there that are problematic, an attempt distance yourself from yourself – as if you could. And although I think it’s proper linguistically to say, for example, I have a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, a […]


Looking at the sky in Denver. At night.

What an incredible sense of tranquility there is here. The weather is perfect. Warm enough for a tank top during the day and a hoodie at night. Snugly. Good for getting some good sleep. And lots and lots of mountain air – so good for the lungs. Average temperature year-round is 45 – sometimes it’s […]