Month: August 2015

Recovery: First Day at the New Job.

The new job is good. The things I was afraid of turned out to be non-existent. For example, I worried that I wouldn’t get breaks, then I would get too hungry, and screech at a customer – but nobody oversees my breaks. I can take them whenever I want. I did notice that no-one else took Read More

Disney’s Descendants: Class Roster 2015.

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Exploring the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality types.

Source: The Myers & Briggs Foundation website MBTI Excerpted from the MBTI® Manual: A Guide to the Development and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Favorite world: Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or on your own inner world? This is called Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I). Information: Do you prefer Read More

Journal. 30Aug2015. Fake it till you make it.

I’m cleaning off my desk today (well, maybe a corner of it) and I’ve decided to post some of the half-finished posts I have lying around. Being a Perfectionist, no… a Grand Perfectionist, I tend to hold onto projects until I can get them to be just right (AKA brilliant). Usually, it’s a dysfunctional system Read More

Disney’s Descendants, Unicorns, Love, and HSP’s.

I’ve been watching this kid’s movie, “Disney’s Descendants”, about the children of villains, who are given scholarships to attend a prestigious prep school. Will the kids continue to be hooligans? Or will they seize the opportunity to become good citizens? This movie plot has all of my favorite elements (and more): movie_list gorgeous costumes and Read More

A New Job.

In two days, I work my final shift at the clothing store. My lovely, responsibility-free, part-time job is over – and it’s time. I took that job because I had a nervous breakdown after the narcissist discarded me. I needed work that required nothing of me (a job that is frequently given to autistic adults) yet Read More

Shout-Out to: The Narcissist’s Wife.

The Narcissist’s Wife writes: You can’t be anything but sick, when you fill your heart and home with something toxic. Read More

Anti-Depressant Fail: Effexor 75mg (Venlafaxine)

About two months ago, I had a severe episode of depression that was so unlike any I ever had before, that it frightened me. I got completely freaked out. It made me wonder if maybe my mind had two separate parts because it seemed to me that my mind was acting independently of my rational Read More

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