I've always been an intelligent person. Growing up I always noticed the patterns of things, in shapes and forms, and later in ideas and concepts. Though homeschooled, I did well and ended up making a high of 1350 on the SAT, 31 on the ACT and then gained a final GPA of 3.69 earning my … Continue reading My Mind, My Friend, My Enemy
I am Four. Within me swirl four selves, organized chronologically and thus seasonally. They symbolize for me seasons, elements, and binaries. I hate and I love them, as seems appropriate. I am they and they are me - my Little Me, Middle Me, Aging Me and Elder Me. Little me is me in the Spring of my … Continue reading My Many Me’s
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is the neurotic need for certainty and the pathological inability to ever find it.
Perhaps the greatest faculty our minds possess is the ability to cope with pain.