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Two Quote, I Pray To Thee Thus....

  • Oct. 2nd, 2004 at 2:30 AM
Day Dreams of Love
I've said this earlier, but I'll just go ahead and say this again for what it's worth....

'The more I learn about myself, the more I understand about the rest of humanity....
But, The more I learn of humanity, the less I understand of myself....'


As typically Kaydeeyoh'ish as it might sound, I totally subscribe to what I said.  Of course, I've said it a million times with different turns of phrase, but this time round, the phrase stuck in my mind and I decided to etch it on my journal for all time to come....

The _BIG_ post, when it comes, should help to clear up any enchanting shadows than this statement here might throw up to your mind.  :o)
I know it's been ages since I first mentioned it, and I know it will still be a while before that post actually makes it to see the light of day, but I assure you, if you're anticipating a totally awesome post, I suggest you delete me off your list, I'm not aiming at wooing anybody, I'm not aiming to make certain that people understand what I say.  Infact, I know they won't.  And for those who try, I'm always a shoulder that's honoured.

For those of you who care, my eyes are red and, if they were made of skin, I'm of a definite orientation to say they'd have blistered by now....

What pray you, the cause of this could be?
I respond thus:  Lack of sleep, too much hard-copy reading, and excessive strain, from angles different....

Draw your conclusions, I won't specify.  If you receive a response, you're incorrect.

:o)

Comments

(no subject) - (Anonymous) - Oct. 11th, 2004 07:33 am (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Oct. 12th, 2004 02:22 pm (UTC)
Re: hehahahahahehehahahahehehehahah
That's good news. :o)

Yes, it's true. if any variables had changed, your reactions would have been totally different. but don't go around worrying yourself about that. because it might have been good, but it just might have been much much worse.

You don't have to know what is going to happen. No one ever knows for sure. As long as you've seen an improvement so far, there's every hope that it will get better. Even if there are temporary set-backs, I know you'll be fine and hearty soon. :o) Besides, you know how to contact me if anything goes too far. :o)

I never write anything down. It's perhaps a bad habbit, but it has made me understand the value of understanding something instead of computing results based purely on quantitative analisys.

That's what most of the psychologists do these days. They take notes, they go to their library after the patient leaves and then, they pull out some reference material and then, based on the characteristics and stuff that they have noted down, they pick up that specific conclusion form the book.

It's different for everyone. My method of doing things is to listen carefully, understanding the person as well as the problem, interrupt whenever something is not clear to me and clarify immediately.

Basically, I try to understand the problem. I never refer to any books because most of my concepts are not dervied from books at all. Intead, they are based on a system in my mind that constantly changes.

I try to adapt myself to situations, and consequently, I try to be more empathetic so that I can understand how, if I were in the same situation, I would react to my environment.... It helps in the long run, and it's more verbose and the problem, if I'm successful, will not arise again. :o)

He's right, chemical imbalance in the brain is an illness. But most of these chemical imbalances are due to the mind. the mind is what controls these chemicals in our brains.

If the mind is not happy, it will not work to its full capacity. A drug will temporarily fix that chemical imbalance and you can concentrate on fixing the imbalance. It acts much like a placebo. the drug just acts like a wedge to solve the problem better.

It's good to hear that you're playing the guitar again. :o) I've started learning how to read music. Hopefully, I'll get better and will achieve my dream to be able to write music too. :o) I'm working on the Synthesizer.

I think that you are definately not bipolar.... :o) Don't even think that because it's pointless and it might discourage you. That's a bad idea.... Better to get well than bother about something that is'nt true right. ;o)

if you have long ilness-free periods, you're nearing perfect health. :o) the longer the good periods, the better. Even if they slow down in between, they have no better way to go than towards a better period. :o)

yes, I know.... Too many people have these problems. And given a chance, I'd go out of my way to help them in large numbers. Only, I can't do that because the law states that one can never give medical advice to another individual unless I am certified as a doctor. :(

What kinds of games are you looking for exactly?

Keep in touch,
F.F.E.A.E.,
Jim....
(no subject) - (Anonymous) - Oct. 12th, 2004 03:24 pm (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Oct. 13th, 2004 10:06 am (UTC)
Re: hehahahahahehehahahahehehehahah
Hmmm....

Liking different tastes is only a definition of you entering a new state. It is not a bad thing at all. Infact, change is supposed to be a good thing! :o)

Is this expected with recovery?

No, it is'nt. Instead, it is expected as a part of life. Any change on any scale, big or small, is a part of life. Ofcourse, recovery sometimes does aid in such changes, but that's only because recovery is a change in itself. :o)

Congratulations on your energy and memory. It's always good to hear progressive positive stuff. :o) *hugs!*

Your taste in movies should'nt be a problem, with time, even that will stabilize. It's just an aftereffect. You'll come to understand why it happened with time. :o)

PTS is a possibility, but it's definitely getting better. But it is also pretty normal with recovery. It goes to show an improvement. :o)

Kaydeeyoh and F.F.E.A.E.,
Jim....