Monthly Archives: July 2013

Being your own client

Originally posted on The Shut-in Stand-Up:
I know a lawyer who represents themselves has a fool for a client, but what is it when the therapist has themselves as a client?

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Free Will

That the observer actually effects an outcome in the quantum world suggests to some that we have Free Will, but an unintended impacted with unpredictable results suggests not so much Free Will as much as chaos theory.

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Art Receptors

  anything is only as shallow or as deep as the viewer’s capacity to make connections between their knowledge of the world and the world of the art

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Vancouver’s Gay Village just got gayer!

Bute and Davie – Canada’s First Rainbow Crosswalk Took a trip downtown Vancouver today and had to see the new crosswalk!

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Reality, Dreams, Fantasies and Delusions

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I lost my mannerisms – vocal and gestural….

this explains a lot…   combined with my speech impediment, stuttering when nervous and my dyslexia impaired brain function   it’s only with encouragement and support that my confidence is being restored and with it, my personality emerging from the … Continue reading

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Starting the day with coffee and warm fuzzies

 

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TIPS FOR DEALING WITH PEOPLE IN PAIN

1. People with chronic pain seem unreliable (we can’t count on ourselves). When feeling better we promise things (and mean it); when in serious pain, we may not even show up. 2. An action or situation may result in pain … Continue reading

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PTSD and Phobias

I was thinking about a post that I saw by a familiar name on facebook about her PTSD. Her post went onto list a half dozen encounters with a range of insects, often ending in bites. Now, I know how … Continue reading

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Life Without Love

Originally posted on Source of Inspiration:
If there is no love in your life, the most delicate sweet tastes bland, babbling brooks have no sparkle, symphonies go mute. “But how do I get love–I’ve looked everywhere?” Ah, dear ones, first…

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