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Blog 36 - To My Sons: Dream

To My Sons: Dream

In which our hero encourages his sons, and you, dear reader, to face fear and pursue excellence. Here’s the truth about chasing your dreams. Chasing your dreams can be frightening

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Blog 26 - Changing A Life 

Changing A Life

In which our hero has a different take on the GOAT’s message.  “I’ve made my share of mistakes along the way, but if I have changed even one life for

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Blog 23 - To my sons: Courage

To My Sons: Courage

In which our hero encourages his sons, and you, dear reader, to build courage to achieve goals and battle mental illness. “Courage” comes from ancient Latin word, “Cor,” meaning “heart.”

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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 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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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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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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Blog 11 To My Sons: 10 Things

To My Sons: 10 Things

In which our hero reiterates the important things in life to his sons, and you dear reader, in ten reminders. I spent decades punishing myself for things I didn’t do,

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Blog 10 - Strength


In which our hero revels in his own strength. And points out yours. If you’re like me and still kicking, I want to celebrate your strength and courage. It takes

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