Monthly Archives: April 2013
There’s a wonderful children’s book used by parents who want to traumatize their children and to teach them to talk like truck drivers. It is called Go the F**k to Sleep by Adam’s Mansbach, and it’s about a parent’s frustrating… Continue reading
Josua DeWolf sent me this description of what it feels like to have a panic attack. Being susceptible to them myself, I found it terribly familiar. I thought it could serve as a springboard for those of us with panic… Continue reading
In general, I don’t like to correct other people’s language. After all, there can be a real temptation for those of us with the “correct language” to jump on the people with the “incorrect” language.
However, sometimes things get so… Continue reading
Daniel Woodnutt is a software developer living in Wellington, New Zealand. He was diagnosed with Bipolar Type I twelve years ago, and today he shares with us some of his experiences of and insights about mania.
Bipolar mania produces some… Continue reading
There is a type of ethics called “virtue ethics” that has become increasingly popular lately. It’s become especially popular among those who study ancient philosophy and in religious circles, especially in Catholicism. The basic idea is that actions should be… Continue reading
Lorelei Beckstrom hails originally from Minnesota. After studying painting, sculpture, and graphic design for seven years, Beckstrom relocated to the mountains of Colorado in 1994, thus fulfilling a childhood dream to move to the west. She took a long hiatus… Continue reading
This is a story that I both wanted and needed to share with the readers. The event slapped me in the face as it dawned on me how extremely profound it was to me spiritually. It also took… Continue reading