We all want to be happy but for a mentally disabled person, he or she can often have misguided and unpleasant perceptions about many parts in life.  These perceptions can have a profound effect of depression every day.  Medication offers some relief, but (my) mental illness is not curable.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

“I suffer from schizoaffective disorder and have had this disorder since 1992. I have seen multiple psychiatrists and have found my treatment can be supplemented with happy thoughts, to gain as much as possible a normal happy life. In writing this first book, I have found God’s listening ear is the best medicine.”

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Light

John 8:12 Jesus the Light of the World Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life.” It is light outside but inside my mind, it grew dim as my morning started.  I...

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Light from up above: my humble mission

As I watched Bishop Robert Barron’s Sunday sermon on priesthood (honestly, he has quite a few!) https://youtu.be/jKqqflVBkhk, this one drew out in me the light of following my faith truly and faithfully without deterrent from ‘fake’ bishop Barrons that have plagued me...

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Let’s talk about it

Reader, you have asked for more blogs similar to Share your bad stories privately.  I will try. So, I ended that blog with starting a conversation with my daughter with the words, “Let’s talk about it . . .”  This open-ended beginning is meant to bring her...

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