For those who struggle with self-limiting coping behaviors like binge eating and anesthetic alcohol consumption.
It can be easy to understand coping poorly with a rough day of rejection, dejection, and mayhem.
It might be trickier to comprehend being triggered …
After a day or so of feeling distinctly wobbly in my recovery, I became slightly demeaning towards myself for these presidential ambitions.
These sinking feelings were catalyzed by a moment at which I sat at my computer, which serves as …
Written in a sketch pad after a dextromethorphan trip in February, 2017:
“What it goes back to again and again and again is, I always end up coming out of a dextromethorphan trip with a longing desire to bring people …
So, there I was again.
In that place.
Of torment and disgrace.
Otherwise known as America’s Best Inn in South Lansing, my own personal
1408. Motel hell.
I’ve holed myself up there at least three different times in years …
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I have a confession to make.
See, all these years I’ve been telling myself and telling others that my deepest, most hopeless problem is my battle with addiction.
My war with cough medicine, with the … Continue reading
It started small.
An ex used to call me on her breaks at work and ask me what I had for lunch. For some reason (or reasons) that I’m still not 100% clear on, this annoyed me.
Same, when I’d …
Written on the morning of Friday, January 9th:
This is embarrassing.
As I write this there is a mild throbbing in my head.
Just woke up, feel like going right back to sleep.
To my immediate right there …
Continue reading … After averting a potentially catastrophic DXM reversion (“relapse”), I set out to build a brand new life. In Liberated Living, we’ll transform myths to truths, take down the stigmas associated with dependencies on self-limiting coping mechanisms (“addictions”) and review powerful Continue reading
In the context of human beings, words are one of the most powerful self-generated wonders of the universe.
After being born, most people do not retain their memories until approximately age three.
That’s probably because it takes around three years …
Continue reading … After averting a potentially catastrophic DXM relapse, I set out to build a brand new life. In Liberated Living, we’ll transform myths to truths, take down the stigmas associated with “addiction” and “mental illness,” and learn powerful tools for permanent, Continue reading