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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Shortcoming

Most adults when they get older, realize the importance of their father or mother teaching them about life, as they grow up.  They would tell of their parent’s words of wisdom.  I can’t seem to remember much about my father’s pearls of wisdom.  That is...

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When you complain, begin with yourself

I complained my ankle hurt, so I nursed it with a cold compress When I feel the fear of not knowing a lot, I begin where I am and I don’t let fear set in. When I complain, I begin where I look at how other people’s lives are harder than mine. When I try to expect...

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‘Sympathetic’ Favorites

MOVIE: BRUCE ALMIGHTY I have watched this movie for the second or third time. I liked it because Bruce loves and he got me teary-eyed when his girlfriend returned to him. Also, in the end, God said THE ARMAGEDDON IS GONE, is a promise. Over 3 million of good prayers...

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