Tag Archives: Mental Health

The God is in the Guitar

Home. Living room, sofa. What a gift the guitar. And it really is a gift that I received, at the time when I was young much to my chagrin really. I didn’t practice much then, and not surprisingly I’m really … Continue reading

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Pavlov’s Dog Rips Freud A New One or On Unruly Digestion and That Thang

If there has been one great comfort in the trials of the past year, it’s confirming the fallacy that lies at the heart of classic psychology. Needless to say, I have neither the resources nor the professional wherewithal to carry out research, … Continue reading

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More Advice to Leaver

Continuing the previous posts here are some humble suggestions for any Leaver and I emphasize any.  Many of these the Leaver in my particular case has followed, others she hasn’t and others, she has adopted with time.  On the whole … Continue reading

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Whiskey Sours Are Really Good. Just Try One. Believe me.

It’s the evening.  I have just seen a close friend of mine that my wife knew very well too.  She asked me how he is, I replied, “Fine.” “That’s what you say about everybody.  Your parents are ‘fine.’  John Boy is … Continue reading

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Divorce, Christmas Cards and Schrodinger’s Cat

Part of the process is accepting that the Leaver is right.  She was right about everything that was wrong between us, how I was the cause of so much of her misery, that I kept her hemmed in, that we … Continue reading

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socks

How many size sixes can there be? There is something that suggests the absolute when you think size.  The point is to create a standard to which a foot conforms that crosses apparel– socks, shoes, boots genre — running, dress, … Continue reading

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Apportioned Parenting — Can you Dig It?

First couple of weeks of September, first two weeks of school: Breakfast, lunches, dinners and much culinary improvising. Birthday party. Freezing and eight year old’s warts. Bizzarre (honestly, very bizzarre) taxman panic. Cold, cold sore and a migrane. Footwear and … Continue reading

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