My Imaginary Friend
Aug20

My Imaginary Friend

It affects my relationships to the point I’m unable to hear what you’re saying, let alone comprehend it.  It takes the enjoyment out of moments, and I’m less observant of my environment.  It’s like a leech sucking the blood, little by little, and dehydrating my happiness.  It takes my energy, my focus and my ability to pursue the good in things.  It consumes my every thought, and drains me emotionally.  It kills me. It’s called Worry,...

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Why I Use Medical Marijuana
Jul30

Why I Use Medical Marijuana

Most of my friends just found out that I use medical marijuana.  I created my online dating profile today and was so honest that I disclosed I smoke cigarettes, I drink regularly and I use medical marijuana.  I use medical marijuana legally, and secondly, the “medicine management” system I was subjected to wasn’t working for me.  This is my story about why I use medical marijuana. My particular diagnosis was bipolar.  For a while I...

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A Sobering Story of a Dad I Once Knew
Jun26

A Sobering Story of a Dad I Once Knew

A dad’s road to sobriety and the risk of losing his children. He was 27 years old, a single dad with custody of his seven-year old daughter.  He was awarded custody about six years prior while his daughter was still an infant.  He got married when his daughter was about 3, welcomed another child, but the marriage was heading for divorce.  He was a good dad and provided for his little mini-blended family.  He would say, “The...

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