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October 13, 2008

I hope I don’t sound too “woe is me” on some of my ramblings about depression and trauma. The intent here is to educate, while some of you may possibly be here for the entertainment factor. I actually view crisises such as depression and trauma as catalysts for change, usually big change. I think such was the case last week. The Traumarama caused me to go out and get a book I’ve been thinking about for some time. I’ll do a review of that book later. After reading that book, I think something shifted, if ever so slightly, in my consciousness. It’s not what happened over the weekend, it’s what didn’t happen that delighted me.

Did anyone see the birth announcement of Lisa Marie Presley’s twins? I typically see these tidbits of earth shattering news when I log into my ya.hoo account. The amazing part about it was that (pause for emphasis)…I was not fazed at all!! No reaction what so ever.

Ok, when you don’t have a reaction, there’s really not much to say about it.

I think I’ve made some progress here.

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  1. Lost in Space permalink
    October 13, 2008 6:53 pm

    I’ve never thought of your posts as “woe is me”. I am glad you share so much of your heart as you try to put it back together.Another huge stride for you. I would love to hear more about this book!

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