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Ok, Ok, I Get It: Exercise! . . . and . . . ADD and Fibromyalgia’s Effects on Balance, Connectedness Between Mind and Body

This happens a lot, in my life.  When there is something I’m really supposed to know or address, it keeps popping up everywhere, again and again.  In conversations (either between myself and others or in overheard conversations), in articles or blog posts I stumble on when searching for something else, on TV.  I can ignore […]

My Inner Critic Speaks

I wrote this post back in September, and I’ve had it in my drafts folder ever since.  I guess I was planning to add to it at the time, but I kind of like it just as it is, now. I mentioned in a recent post that my inner critic has been quieter lately, and […]

Then And Now

This isn’t from my yearbook, but it’s from the year I would have graduated, had I not taken my GED and gotten out of Dodge a year early because I hated high school.  (If the curiosity about whose yearbook it is is too much to bear, feel free to email me at the address on […]

Protected: Hmmm. This is big.

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Protected: Structure, ADD, and Ingrained Attitudes

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Hope & Self Castigation

This entry will be a bit more personal than most, but I just have a feeling it might be helpful to someone if I share. I’ve told my therapist on several occasions that I often feel like a fool after each time I’ve let myself hope again.  Turns out, it’s not so uncommon for adults […]

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