Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

Just a vent

2 November, 2010
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Nothing overly important. Nothing that great. Just something I have to say. I miss my daughter. I’m almost to tears now. Ok. I feel better.LOL. Well, based on that, I’ll go Sherlock Holmes and deduct that you’re a father whose daughter died around 1 to 2 years or so ago. She most likely didn’t die […]

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losing my battle with depression :

26 May, 2010
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been ongoing for a while now, it all started when I got stationed overseas in belgium, which you would think should be an awesome opportunity and how could anyone be depressed here (at least that’s what everyone I talk to seems to think) but it’s the complete opposite of that, my life has become complete […]

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My first girlfriend got married today.

31 October, 2008
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She invited me, I attended. It was a nice ceremony, not overly ornate, but unspeakably Catholic at moments. (I’m a non-practicing Catholic myself; can’t bring myself to give up on it completely, though.) The reception was also nice, if a little loud; musicians should never be allowed to operate their own mixer boards, it never […]

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Was just prescribed Lexapro for Anxiety ver. XANAX works UNDERSTAND THIS

8 September, 2008
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I don’t see why these psychiatrists don’t understand this. I’ve been Xanax for 3+ months and its been a godsend to me. I can function and leave my house without and panic attacks. It works fairly quickly and just gives me the edge to go about my day and get my shit done. I don’t […]

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The State of the World Inside The Asylum

25 April, 2006
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Everywhere you turn in the news today, and yesterday, and the day before – there’s the United States, much as it was last year before and during the invasion of a sovereign nation we know as Iraq. A dictator was toppled, which is good. Dictators are poor fare in a world where we regard ourselves […]

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