The great thing about lots of physical health issues is that it balances my neuroticism. Balance soothes my OCD. Balance doesn’t soothe my restless legs. The restless leg syndrome (RLS) emerged after I stopped taking benzodiazepines. It’s a not-uncommon problem related to benzos that nobody mentions. Thank God I was just starting in-patient treatment for…… Continue reading Restless leg syndrome (RLS), or why I started punching my thighs.
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This is a great post for a Monday morning. It’s got good advice, but not an overwhelming amount: I’m inspired, but not intimidated. I’m going to print this list out and post it on the fridge: I want a good week, existing issues notwithstanding. After all, they remain whether I focus on the positive or… Continue reading What’s draining your energy?
Going through old blog posts is an interesting process. I regret not having the Grammarly extension back in the day. Correcting my historic affection for no capital letters continues to annoy. I’ve also started doing what I thought I’d never do, and that’s delete some of the “amazing” works I set loose on the world…… Continue reading Updates from recovery road.
I have an essay ready to go, but this isn’t it. That piece is all PTSD and ugly bits, and I’m not feeling that today. Or rather, I don’t want to feel that today. I had a bad night: I feel frayed. Combining my lack of patience with the ugly ignorance easily discoverable online seems…… Continue reading Procrastination and JPEGs.