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Learning Not to Depend on Someone for Happiness

Have you ever entered into a situation where you constantly need attention?  Where their time and devotion is all you crave and you just can’t get enough?  I have had to deal with that lately and let me tell you … Continue reading

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Pure Lust

Insatiable.  We feel it.  For most of us its controlled, only because of what “society” deems acceptable.   With 50 Shades of Grey, the whole S&M thing got totally blown out into the open.  What do we like about it? … Continue reading

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The Bipolar Itch and Waiting to Exhale

There is that itch you get that you can’t scratch.  Its in the back of your brain, deep  in your heart or locked in the fathoms of your soul.  Bipolar can make you see things, but how does it work … Continue reading

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Clarity and Chaos

Two opposing forces?  I don’t think so. Divine truth.  Whatever runs through my head, the tears that fall, or the mountain of emotion that invades my spirit and my heart all leads to Truth. My thoughts today are clearer.  Clarity in … Continue reading

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Turning the Corner, When Not to Give Up

You know a lot of my posts have been rather dark.  Not really inspirational, but coming from a place of pain.  As I look across the Winter Sky, these stars looks different than they were 15 years ago.  Wow, has … Continue reading

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Drunken Bipolar Haze

Clarity.  We don’t see it often.  After four glasses of wine I am seeing clearly.  Thank god its not whiskey this time or I wouldn’t be able to write.  Too much in my head.  It hurts.  An alcoholic bipolar mess. … Continue reading

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False Hope in This Thing Called Love

How many times have you stared up at the clouds and said to God, “this is it right?”  On this cold winter’s day I look up at the clouds and I feel an overwhelming sensation of melancholy.  It isn’t the … Continue reading

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