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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Healthy Eating

Cannellini Beans and Spinach Salad With Mustard serves four 2 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard 3 tbsp. red wine vinegar scant 1/2 cup olive oil 6 shallots, finely chopped 1 3/4 pounds canned cannellini beans drained and rinsed 2 tbsp. chopped thyme 2 tbsp. chopped parsley 5 1/3 cups chopped spinach salt and pepper Combine the mustard […]

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Elisha

  I know I have been complaining a lot and I apologize. My guide says not to do that. But it’s the way I feel most of the time. He says that if I stop, my life and my outlook will change. That I will be able to do things I never thought of before. […]

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Did I Scare You?

It came to my attention that some people reading my posts are quite concerned about the effects of PTSD on me. First, let me assure you that my ability to drive was never impaired. It was getting to where I wanted or needed to go. Yes, my mind felt like it was stuck, my body […]

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Too Tired To Go On.

  I am tired. Young and tired like an old bent-over woman. Life is hard and I don’t know if I want to go on. There is not one thing in my future that will bring happiness. It’s the same thing day after day. Will it change? When will I wake up and welcome the […]

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What Are the Three Principles?

by Michael Neill | Jul 4, 2016 I just saw this and loved it so am passing it along since it can no longer be retweeted. One of the questions you somewhat predictably get when you’re involved with a field known as “the Three Principles” is “what are the Three Principles?” But the problem with the question is […]

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I have PTSD. Help

What was the outcome?  PTSD from a car incident where the only thing that got hurt was the car? Many years ago it was called shell shock for men and hysteria for women. Can you imagine? Hysteria was the best they could come up with. How does it interfere with my life? PTSD is a […]

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How was Elisha born? The Weirdest.

  “How did you become an author?” you ask. It was a sheer accident. Or at least I thought it was. A friend of mine was writing, I considered doing it and immediately put it out of my head. I was spending the summer in a rented apartment near Peekskill in New York State. My […]

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Do I Live or Die?

I decided to take a longer summer vacation than usual, three whole months away from the tropical rains in Florida that give me horrific headaches. The trip was well-planned. For the first two months, I’d visit my son and his wife at their new home in Hamden, Connecticut, the farthest destination. Then spend one month in a house my brother and his wife rented in […]

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It worked and I learned

  I am so happy. It worked. I made three cakes and decorated them for Ima. She ate one after each meal. I watched her down them with the biggest smile on my face. And you’ll never guess what happened next. She was kinder to me for the next three suns. Did not yell at […]

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