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My second collection of nonsense
My second collection of nonsense
What are your THREE favorite book genre(s)? Mine is Fiction; Fantasy/Sci-Fi; and Romance.
This school in Pennsylvania read my book, “Kelly and the Great Pinewood Derby" about Kelly, a boy with Down syndrome. They read the book to the entire Kindergarten classes. Now they have started building derby cars. The superintendent of their district was on hand to help cut the cars! Here he is with Drew!! This is so cool! They are getting prepared for a pinewood derby race they will have in honor of World Down Syndrome Day.
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Anyone here have trouble sleeping?
Something about regulating sleep
I would like to share from the book I'm gradually getting through.🌜
Some of you might have come across 'Getting It Done When You're Depressed'📖
I know that from my experience, it is difficult to try and get adequate sleep with racing thoughts most nights of the week/month
I feel for you who go through sleepless nights.
I hope you find the strategies that can help you work through it.
I find if I do the following winddown things - I exercise (dance) a few hours before bed, take a warm bath or epsom salt foot soak, journal, clean, reading, play relaxing and uplifting music and have lavender/peppermint oil in my aroma diffuser.
I can manage better sleep.
Let me know of your tips below if you would like to share...how do you manage your sleep? Thanks in advance Mighties.
It's written with the style of narrative therapy.
It explores collective stories from the
author herself and other individuals who have lived experience with depression
Some of the things I can identify with
Worth having a read for strategies to overcome your mood and productivity.
Hope you find the appropriate tools and supportive people who understand you and want to help you.
Just a page from the introductory chapter of this book I have just started reading tonight. 'The Positive Shift' by Catherine A. Sanderson
Here's hoping it will provide scientific based strategies. I will definitely share the ones I might use on myself and for those of you who are interested in it too.
I have had some OMG moments in the last few weeks particularly yesterday midday, I had a massive meltdown...It's been a long time since I cried that way since major grief.
It was a release I probably needed.
The Madness of Art could be the story of any one of the thirty-one million American adolescents currently suffering. This in-depth first-person account is raw, painful, and unfiltered. Following my first suicide attempt at the age of twelve, I found that through open dialogue and art I could overcome the sadness. In high school, I discovered a love for poetry and the many benefits that come with it. The book contains both my poetry and illustrations some created during my darkest moments, while others during my most joyous occasions.
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