Catching Up

This month has been filled with up's & down's since I became homeless, but I'm surviving. Today I finally got my ass in gear and applied to about 15 different positions that are full time and range between mental health & travel agencies, spreading between the Seacoast and Concord. At this point, I refuse to [...]

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Begging for Punishment

I'm at the edge of the precipice again... Last time I stood here I wrote that letter to Ben knowing full well the chain reaction of events would lead to a devastating level of revival towards healing, believing if I pushed past the point of transparency I'd find my way back, and I did... Now [...]

Blending Experiences

Yesterday I did the Hecates ceremony and a tarot reading with a few simple questions with powerful results. Before the Hecates ceremony I caught myself in a religious state I hadn't experienced in a long time... But the emotion was strong and intense. Whenever I prayed to God as a Seventh-day Adventist Id always end [...]

The Smallest Connection

To be human is to grieve, because if we grieve we are in touch with the swelling of emotions that make us so complex, the glue that permanently connects the puzzle pieces and fragments that make us human compared to the clinical diagnosis that seeks to pull us to pieces for fragmented labels of understanding. [...]

The Destructive Power of Empathy: In Defense of the Narcissist

Today I was feeling well enough to head to the library, and while I was there I finally managed to pick up a book that always looked interesting, but when I skimmed through it, it seemed to bland and... doctoral. Of course, the author of the book has a Ph.D as a clinical psychologist so [...]

Relationship with my Tarot Deck

The Answers: 1) Eight of Wands 2) Two of Wands 3) Five of Cups Our relationship should be developed quickly, as the cards cannot be neglected (most likely due to energy work). Practicing spirituality like is will require devotion (as my 2017 spread said) and as a result, something I feel is emotionally important in [...]

Shit

I finally sat down to start an outline for the 5 essay questions: Identify what you feel are the essential characteristics of a functional family. Describe the reasons why you are interested in becoming a marriage and family therapist. What do you think are the major challenges faced by contemporary marriage and family therapists? What [...]

2016: My Best Year in Review

Don't get me wrong, there's a subtle level of agreement with most folks who talk about how much this year has sucked - and who could blame them? Between Carrier Fisher, Doris Roberts, David Bowie, and worst of all, Alan Rickman, a slew of people who brought some element of meaning into our lives has [...]

2017 & Welcoming in Change

I'm looking forward to doing my vision board on Wednesday, as it'll give me a chance to really launch myself forward. The more I think of UNH the more I hope to get in; leaving mid-term gave me an automatic F for those classes, but I'm sure that can be explained to school letting them [...]

Normality is Strange

The past few days have been rather bland since thanksgiving, and I like it. Stranger than that is that the house feels "back to normal" in a sense. Kylie wanted to do a Sherlock marathon on Netflix, so I offered to bring my tv and stuff downstairs. About 4 hours in she calls it a [...]