Monthly Archives: June 2012

I Didn’t Feel Like Thinking

I’m doing better today than I did yesterday. Yesterday I spent the morning working on my memoir and by the time John called me at 12:30pm for his lunch, I was too tired to think.  It’s not that I get physically tired – all I’m doing is writing on my computer. I think it’s more […]

Sharing My Experience – Knowledge Is Power

I went to my Buddhist discussion meeting last night and shared a little bit more of my experience with schizoaffective disorder. I am very determined to start sharing more and more of my experiences over the past few years that I’ve been dealing with my illness. Afterward, one of the women at the meeting came […]

Guest Posting About Schizoaffective Disorder on the CureTalk Blog

I woke up to mindless babbling this morning. I heard quiet voices that sounded like they were coming from the ceiling above me. I couldn’t distinguish what they were saying, so I quickly put them out of my mind. I continue writing in my journal nightly so that I can track my progress on a […]

My CureTalk Interview On Schizoaffective Disorder

John and I had a nice weekend. We went to visit his parents at their house in Gilroy, and did a few good cardio workouts at the gym. I am continuing to improve with each passing day. My CureTalk interview has been published. I’ve included the first couple of paragraphs of the interview below with […]

The Consumer Culture Lacks Compassion

I heard a voice earlier today after I woke up and started making breakfast. I had been thinking about my memoir, and how I want to publish it within the next year or so. Last August when I started my blog, the voices objected and threatened me for writing about them. They also objected strongly […]