Category: Asylum

  • Onward Into Fall

    The vice is the band aid making up for something else.

  • Lessons in an Old Jeep

    Lessons in an Old Jeep

    Now, turning back was not an option.The storm would overtake me before I made it back to town.

  • Gators in the Swimming Hole

    Children of parents with personality disorders are conditioned to a certain level of abuse.

  • Volunteer Services’ Worst Enemy

    I’ve been burned out more times than I care to admit and resorted to several self-destructive behaviors. I can’t say I would encourage anyone to do what I do for a living.

  • The Traditionalism I Know

    I remember sunny late mornings after church. The adults would stand around drinking coffee while discussing things that would forever remain beyond my child’s understanding, even after I’d reached adulthood and earned a bachelor’s degree. In their opinion, my generation could never fully understand the ins and outs of why a Traditional Catholic Church was […]

  • Small Town Quirks

    It’s like those situations in life when despite all indications to the contrary, most people would sooner tolerate the bully than risk even social death. 

  • Don’t Turn Your Back on Mental Discomfort

    https://wp.me/p283PT-70s

  • Thoughts for Today

    https://link.medium.com/09vGoHnMMfb

  • Been Burned Out

    “Apathy is not caring at all. Anxiety is caring too much.” I read that on a meme a few months back and remember thinking, “Burnout is both at the same time.” On one hand, you could care less that North Korea is about ready to bomb the US out of existence, but at the same […]

  • Down the Drain

    Down the Drain

    After $80, what’s another $30? After the $110, I may as well pay $44.50 because I’ll lose the $110 anyway if I don’t add on to that. Everyone’s out for money, and penny by penny, they bleed you like parasites until you have nothing left. If it isn’t money, it’s time. It’s set up as a bait and switch.