Adapt, you can and will. — BayArt

Whatever problem or challenge you come to face, however difficult or impossible it may seem, you can and will adapt, if you desire, it’s ingrained in your nature. We have done ever since we were here. We are still evolving, adapting and changing. You are too, keep going. Respond. Adapt. Live. PsychPerspectives

via Adapt, you can and will. — BayArt

Fight to Live in the Present

Fight to live in the Present

I struggle with this every day.  I lost my health for working for money.  Living without the money is a challenge but worth the cost to reclaim my health.  I’ve exhausted and depleted myself by worrying about my future those I love.  I’m fighting to live in the present.  I fight every day, all day long and into the night.  I want to experience living again before I die.

PTSD & STRESS – PTSD Stress Cup Theory

The PTSD Cup Theory This explains why people with PTSD, cannot cope with the same amount of (brain) stress, as people without PTSD. ‘Brain Stress’ is anything the brain has to do for us…

Source: PTSD & STRESS – PTSD Stress Cup Theory

just un- — meptsdandallthefuckedupshitinbetween

there she flew just beneath the radar so to speak. where she was un-obvious, not un-noticed though; to those that could smell her fear. she hoped that being nothing, being un-obvious, being small, and invisible; those that would hunt her wouldn’t find her but they […]

via just un- — meptsdandallthefuckedupshitinbetween

Walk with the Dragon Flies

 

dragonflies

I walk with the Dragon Flies today.  I know the time is fleeting but it is spectacular.  Little living helicopters  with beautiful colors.  Blues, greens blacks and all colors of the rainbow sparkling in the sun.  Buzzing up and down, side to side furiously.  Living fully but quickly.  All too soon the Dragon Flies will leave for another year.  Tomorrow I walk with the Dragon Flies…

Classic TV Theme Songs Make Me Happy

image

Not all of them, but those popular during my early childhood bring much nostalgia for me. The Rockford Files, Quincy M.D. and Hawaii Five-0 seem to be the strongest. I know I’m ageing myself but age happens. You can’t stop it so might as well embrace it. When I was a child my bedroom door opened to the living room of our home. My parents would stay up an hour or so after I went to bed. I listened to these theme songs as they played on the TV my parents watched. These songs lulled me to sleep for years. My parents would talk quietly during the commercials. I was safe. It felt good. Even now, all these years later I find I hum these songs to myself sometimes. I’ve tried watching these shows but I’m just not interested in anything but the music. I think this is a body memory. Something I can’t quite put into words but is so strong it stops me in my tracks. I had a safe, loving and maybe a little too sheltered childhood. A stark contrast to my adult life. I enjoy the memory and safe feelings. I long for them.