I just realized another interesting "quirk" of human psychology - the fear of what "we" will do if and when "we" start to feel better and have seemingly copious amounts of time that we suddenly have to fill. I don't know if this is something that happens specifically to those of us who have dealt … Continue reading Friday FEAR
It is Sunday. And this is a thought about which I have been intermittently thinking for a couple of months. Why not combine the two?! It makes for an important but TERSE post!The THOUGHT I have to write about today is basically the idea that you don't articulate something about which you're not thinking. I … Continue reading Sunday Thought – You Can’t Really Say You’re “Not Thinking” About Something If You Say You’re “Not Thinking” About It!
There is this little game I like to play with myself when I'm feeling down in the dumps or depressed or just very ill - for functional purposes, I will call it "If I Were Healthy." The idea is that I think back to the days before I was so sick (or, perhaps, the "pauses" … Continue reading “If I Were Healthy …”
So I am in a bit of a rush this morning; I have a LOT of work to do after feeling so poorly yesterday, but I did want to kick off this idea of "Tautology Tuesday." I am not sure if this is something someone somewhere has already "thought of," but it's an interesting idea … Continue reading Tautology Tuesday – Ghosting?
I had an interesting thought this morning - what is the correlation between the age at which one tends to "stagnate" (i.e., stop developing psychologically and developmentally as a result of trauma or marriage or having a child or chronic illness or one of the many reasons for such a thing to occur - in … Continue reading Age and Sex …