Enjoying The Wait

Therapy through self-expression, I inscribe these secrets about my life and myself. At times, I feel like I am sending an urgent message directly to the Universe with [Open Immediately] scrawled across the front. Occasionally, I find myself speaking in code to a single soul, though I've displayed the words for all to see. I'm … Continue reading Enjoying The Wait

Love Never Lost

I do not dwell on my pain, but sometimes I write about pain and healing. Pain is vital and necessary. Our pain creates us, and we are our pain. Where would we be without pain and suffering? I believe that everyone has something to turn to during those times of pain and crisis. Possibly a … Continue reading Love Never Lost

Reflection of Self

Recently, I posted something about my Crash Report. [Crash Report] is the name I have given to my Dream Journals. Back in January, I began recording my dreams. The key, of course, is documenting every available detail as soon as I open my eyes. Otherwise, as you undoubtedly know, the dream tends to fade away. … Continue reading Reflection of Self

Careful What You Wish For [Addiction & Recovery]

Unfortunately for the addict, the enemy is addiction, and addiction has unlimited resources. Yes, our enemy has been planning for battle, going to war, and killing addicts since coping skills first came into existence. Like combat, the battle of maintaining sobriety is a fluid situation, and the enemy [addiction] is watching every move we make, … Continue reading Careful What You Wish For [Addiction & Recovery]

Deadly Path of The Overachieving Addict

Deadly Path of The Overachieving Addict One of the drawbacks of being an overachiever is that it applies to everything within one's life. In the case of addiction, the ability to overachieve can be dangerous, lead to incarceration, or in many cases, early death. The problem lies within the person's wants and needs for more … Continue reading Deadly Path of The Overachieving Addict

My Thoughts This Morning [Selective Memory]

I've always wondered why some individuals have [Selective Memory]. I'm not speaking of [lying through their teeth], but instead those persons who seem to believe their bullshit. Not having done the research, I can only speculate. Do these people have issues with reality? Do they have long or short-term memory problems? Is it some kind … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Selective Memory]

My Thoughts This Morning [Seeing Who They Are]

I find myself thankful for so many things. During the shutdown, I was grateful for having an essential job in the world of infrastructure. During the Spring of 2019, I decided to stop being a Culinary Chef. If I hadn't made that change, I undoubtedly would have been sitting home. These days, people are paid … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Seeing Who They Are]

My Thoughts This Morning [The Argument]

Last week while attending a Zoom support group, I heard someone say, "when do the arguments stop?" The individual was referring to the battle in their mind between maintaining sobriety and relapsing. Even though it's been a while since I've self-debated getting high, I can remember that argument well. If I remember correctly, it goes … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [The Argument]

Careful What You Wish For [Addiction & Recovery Re-posted]

Title: Careful What You Wish For Unfortunately for the addict, the enemy is addiction, and addiction has unlimited resources. Yes, our enemy has been planning for battle, going to war, and killing addicts since the beginning of time. For the recovering addict, achieving sobriety is only the beginning, like taking the first swing or firing … Continue reading Careful What You Wish For [Addiction & Recovery Re-posted]