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Blog 21 - Introversion vs Isolation

Introversion vs Isolation

In which our hero talks about the difference between being kinda quiet and shy, and isolating from mental illness.  Most of you know I’m quiet. Some of you know I’m

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Blog 20 - To My Sons: Practice

To My Sons: Practice

In which our hero reminds his sons of the importance of practice, to remind you, dear reader, to practice catching the negative thought patterns and create cognitive flexibility with fact and

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Blog 19 - More Advice

More Advice

I’ve had folks ask why they’re not getting better even though they’re exercising, sleeping, etc. Well, that’s not The Work. That’s clearing your workspace so you can do The Work.

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Blog 18 - We Are Not Broken

We Ain’t Broke

Yesterday sucked for me, man. Like, hugely awful. Went to bed fighting through a depressive episode. This morning, I broke my PPCLI coffee mug. Two years ago, I broke my

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Blog 17 - Advice to a Friend

Advice To A Friend

From a conversation I had with a friend: Stress is stress, and the body reacts to it all the same. To lower your mental stress, we need to make sure

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Blog 16 - White Belt Mentality

White Belt Mentality

In which our hero reiterates the importance of mental flexibility through metaphor.  There’s a repeated, and mostly ignored, concept in the martial arts: white belt mentality. The white belt mentality

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Blog15 Concussions And Mental Illness 

Concussions And Mental Illness 

In which our hero talks about another possible reason people display mental illness symptoms and suffer needlessly. So here’s a fun fact: concussion can cause long-lasting mental illness symptoms. I’ve

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Blog13 Cynicism


In which our hero explains the cancer of cynicism in our minds and society, and how to turn that shit around and develop mental flexibility. I’ve been talking about what

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Blog 12 I'm A Work In Progress

I’m a Work in Progress

In which our hero reminds you, dear reader, that anybody who lies to you is not your friend. Including you.  Our brains hold a hidden enemy. It comes from judgement,

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