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Dont fall down now
You will never get up
Dont fall down now. . .
~ Everclear, ‘Strawberry’
My problem is I always get up. That may cause some cognitive dissonance on the part of the reader. I mean, arent we supposed to keep getting up, to keep fighting, in my own words, to keep advocating until we are. . . . Continue reading
Click to read Cate’s bio
I wasn’t expecting it from this source. Actually I had seen this particular health professional about five times and had decided that she knew her stuff. What’s more, I had decided that she was responding to what I was saying to the extent that I felt comfortable with her. A big thing.
But I admit I had forgotten a brief moment in my first appointment with her when she responded to something I said with “you haven’t got a mental illness“. Continue reading
Click to read SSG’s bio
Yeah, yeah, I know it’s March already. But I was basically incomunicada. For more reasons than one.
But! I finally have internet at home!
So, I’m back…
WordPress looks completely different. It took me a few moments to find my way back to Canvas from my personal blog.
For those of you not familiar with my saga, I am just emerging like a cicada, after three months of the most unreal and not believable crap you can ever think of. In Windsor, Ontario. Continue reading
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The receptionist thought it would be a good idea to schedule my physical at the same time as my three daughters’.
Since you all have to come in anyway . . . she’d said.
In theory, yes.
In reality? Imagine keeping three ping-pong balls from smashing into each other or the four very close walls of the examination room and you are nearly there. Add a reflex hammer to the equation and you’ve just about got it. Continue reading