Category Archives: reblogs

Thanks to Neurofeedback, I’m not just getting older, I’m getting happier and healthier!

Originally posted on A Blog About Healing From PTSD:
The lyrics to an old Beatles song have been dancing around in my head lately: – – – When I get older losing my hair Many years from now Will you…

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Learning to become the mother I wish I’d had

Originally posted on Narc-ish:
I have a six year old son, Andrew. I first started noticing a shift in his behavior in Kindergarten. He started acting out at school, but it didn’t become a huge problem until he started first…

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Always waiting for the other shoe to drop…

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
I think I made a kind of breakthrough in my therapy session tonight. For years one of my problems has been this overwhelming fear that something bad will happen to one of my kids.…

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Everything Old is New Again, Ancient Hieroglyphics Modern Emoji

Originally posted on The Tony Burgess Blog:
Hieroglyphics were ancient Egypt’s way of communicating. Emoji is how we do it on cell phones today. They both seem to be very similar ways of sharing information in symbolic form. I found…

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My Fundamentalism of the 1960s Has Changed for the Worse—Considerably Worse

Originally posted on Jesus Without Baggage:
We became fundamentalists in 1958 when I was 7, and I ate it up! We joined a Freewill Baptist Church and I was with those churches until 1970. However, I did not absorb fundamentalism…

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“The Most Narcissistic Schoolteacher Ever” (by Lenora Thompson)

Lenora Thompson writes about narcissism for PsychCentral.  This article about her narcissistic third-grade teacher stood out to me,  not only because it is an entertaining (and of course, heartbreaking) read, but also because not much has been written about narcissistic … Continue reading

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On being controversial.

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
I don’t write to people-please. I did enough people-pleasing as a scared, awkward child and a codependent wife to a sociopath. Those days, for me, are numbered. I blog to be honest about myself…

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Daily Inspiration: The Lunch Debt

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Originally posted on The Purple Almond:
When 8 year old Cayden Taipalus saw that a fellow student couldn’t pay for school lunch, he took matters into his own hands. With the help of his Mom, Cayden began to return bottles…

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Rich people see the world differently.

I’ve long noticed that middle, working class and lower middle class families seem to care more about each other and show more empathy and generosity to each other than upper middle class and wealthy families, who often seem cold and … Continue reading

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The Current Political Situation (reblogged from Nyssa’s Hobbit Hole)

I’m sure my friend Nyssa from the Hobbit Hole won’t mind me reblogging this post she wrote today.    I think politics is dominating many of our minds these days, especially  for those of us who are survivors of abusive families … Continue reading

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