we read a lot about women with body image problems. but what about men? well, in this, the second carnival of eating disorders, you’ll read someone’s reflections on that. and while we’re at it, why don’t we talk some more Read More
i’ve been interested in the 12 steps for almost as long as i’ve been a counsellor – 15 years now. what first attracted me to them was their fierce commitment to honesty and being real, to be humble, and to Read More
here’s another article written by my husband, glenn, reflecting on his thoughts, feelings and motivations around playing online poker. Poker is something that I’ve long had a mild interest in but it was pretty rare that my
“isn’t even negative thinking a mental illness? so we all have some form of mental illness.” that was michelle’s comment on the vote for mental health posting. mental illness. what is that? let’s say illness is a deviation from normal Read More
i haven’t posted a poem for quite a while. so here we have, today, a serving of five haikus! immense yellow ball rolling up the horizon: sweet buttery light.
when is something worth doing? and how often do you do things that are worth your while? how often do you squander away your day? this is something david seah, a freelance IT professional, asked himself, and he came up Read More
a few days ago, we talked here about the rejection of jay’s six-word story because it was supposedly not g-rated. jay’s and jennifer’s comments on it were so thought-provoking that i decided to post my replies to them here. this Read More
my friend aaron – all-round artist, geek, environmentalist, treeplanter, and last not least full-time human being – is at it again. he’s walking for the cure from cars. talk about walking the talk. and since this time he’s documenting his Read More