Tag: PTSD

  • Anonymous Quote of the Day 14 March 2014 ~ I Am Safe

    I am safe and I am loved I am safe and I love I am safe and I love it I am safe i AM safe i am SAFE Related articles Anonymous Possibility Quote Anonymity Doesn’t Only Protect The Trolls (It Protects Nice People, Too) Countdown Has Begun 2 Anonymous Proxy is so great, We […]

  • Marc’s Mindful Thought of the Day 10Mar 2014 ~ Compassion

    Cultivation of compassion is not something you can just snap your fingers and obtain. Being compassionate towards others is something that has to come from mindfulness. Mindfulness keeps you in the present moment with focus on only the current moment. Avoiding negative thoughts and focusing attention only on the present moment, not what will happen […]

  • The Changing Face of my Dreams – 24 February 2014

    I don’t mean to be a tease, but the meat of this writing is under Thoreau… “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours.” “Things do not change, we do.” “Be not simply good, […]

  • Quote of the Week 09FEB 2014 – Healing

    “Survivors who have actively faced their healing are some of the ┬ámost lively, spunky, brave, fun, wonderful people I know. There’s something about diving into the deepest pain in life and coming out whole, that leads us to enjoy each precious moment in life, because we know it’s all we’ve got. Instead of responding to […]

  • Quote of the Day 16 September 2013

    “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” ~Buddha The quote of the day generally comes to you without commentary… Not today. The quote doesn’t begin to describe the night I just had. I HAD DREAMS LAST NIGHT!!! We all dream, whether we remember […]

  • PTSD Therapist Number Three – A New Beginning

    I didn’t know what to expect. In fact, I had no expectations. I knew I didn’t want to go back… all the way back. I had hoped that it could be the way it was with PTSD therapist number two… Indirectly going back… creating that timeline of events in my life. Creating family tree(s). It […]