Tag: Anger

  • Care MAP: Dealing with Dementia

    Parkinson’s Foundation FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS TOPIC: http://caremap.parkinson.org While not everyone with Parkinson’s disease develops dementia, some do, and it can have a big impact on caregiver stress. In this video, a woman whose father had Parkinson’s disease dementia advises other caregivers to remember that it is the disease talking, not your loved one.

  • Moods On A Wire

    On Wednesday I sat down to write a post. My mood was upset because I watched some of the witnesses of the George Floyd trial. I saw these witnesses, who were bystanders in May 2020 , break into tears. Almost a year has past and still the trauma deeply affected each of them. One man, sixty-one years old, broke and buried his head on the witness stand sobbing uncontrollably. It was quite traumatic that the judge saying to take a ten minute break.

  • Leave My Emotions Out Of It!

    Of course our feelings matter. But emotional decisions are usually not the best ones. On the other hand, your emotions can affect your decisions whether you like it or not because the effects can occur on the unconscious level.  Leonard Mlodinow I have never approached the subject of how I made decisions from this view […]

  • Mens Mental Health – Myths

    A real man ain’t a coward, he stands by what he says, admits his faults, and corrects his mistakes.     Kiki Strack Starting with this post I will be exploring Mens Mental Health from time to time.  For this post I want to take a look at myths about men. Myths: Big boys don’t cry – […]

  • Use To Your Own Detriment!

    “Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.” ― Coretta Scott King I have a relative that must take baths in hate.  A grievance collector that never forgets who did what, who said what.  Revenge is something that this person give constant thought of how to […]

  • Treasure Hunt?

    All emotions, even those that are suppressed and unexpressed, have physical effects. Unexpressed emotions tend to stay in the body like small ticking time bombs—they are illnesses in incubation.” ― Marilyn Van M. Derbur, Miss America by Day The brain is an amazing organ, it controls the rest of the body.  Communicates with the nervous system, the […]

  • Somebody Pass The Salt

    Around my neighborhood if you were to ask someone how they were doing the reply would be one word, “bored”.  I can imagine this would hold true in any neighborhood in any corner of the world.

  • Normal, What’s That?

    The latest catch phrase is “the new normal”.  Experts on news shows say we will never go back to “normal”.  For some that is frightening, for they need the old normal, structure, schedules, deadlines, etc., I have heard opinions about the reason why prisoners when released back into society and re-offend.  They offer the opinion that some of those are use to the structure of prison life.  They have no skills in coping in a fast paced society.

  • A Re-blog: Discouraged and Falling Apart — R-E-A-

    Gaaaah! Tears, get out of my voice!!!! My phone is ringing, and it would be great if whomever happens to be the one on the other end this time does not hear this.

  • Making Haste?

    Before I received treatment, medications, practice what I had learned I was a walking time bomb.  No, not a violent one, but a quick temper to explode and make decisions while in the frame of mind.

  • There’s Always Better!

    “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” —Robert Frost 19 Wise Quotes For a Better Life In every situation, conversation, there is likely always a better way. When you spout a condemning comment, there is a better way. When striking out in anger, there is a better […]

  • The Silent Scream

    Lately there are times I just want to scream, not in anger, but shear frustration.  Frustration that I am going through another period of depression.