My First Blog Post

20 thoughts on “My First Blog Post”

  1. Iam so happy to see u making your own blog..u having created many optimistic sies on fb..u have come along way since my first responce to u in reference to your diagnosis an about how u were feeling..I wrote back giving u places an sites to help free your so happy u have come this far..look forward to more of your ambition an endeavors..friends πŸ™‚


  2. Well iam so happy to see how far you’ve come..our fisrt encounter was in reference to your diagnosis an how u were feeling an about meds. I gave u some sites to go to to help free u from the mh system an there labels..u have created many inspirational sites on fb an now a looking forward to your personal journey an future endeavors..please keep expressing your thoughts an progress..friends till the end~ monja


    1. It’s so humbling to meet someone who is happy for my happiness. Thank you for your kind words. I hope to find the resources that you sent me. Could you email them to me again at If so, that would be very helpful. Thank you. πŸ™‚


  3. Brava! Brava! What a completely wonderful first post! Well done you and more power to you!
    I think you are definitely on the right lines with your exploration of brain plasticity and positive psychology. You might find a few of my posts on those subjects interesting.
    It is so rare to come across anyone who deals with reality in as an aware and mature way as you. It was a complete delight to read your story. Thank you for taking the time to tell it.
    Here’s to a wonderful and rich life full of hope, love and adventure!
    Dr Bob


    1. Thank you so much. I didn’t realise that I come across as mature, but I’m really glad to hear that. πŸ™‚ Thank you for the kind wishes. I hope and pray that you also have a wonderful life. πŸ™‚


  4. Congratulations, on your life, your approach to reality and change, and on your writing! Keep writing, and sharing your perspective with the world – your story will inspire others.


  5. Thank you for sharing and being so transparent! It makes me wonder if this might be something my daughter is struggling with. She is 21 and was adopted from Russia at 8. She deals with a lot–fetal alcohol syndrome, developmental delays, limited cognitive function, double vision, institutionalization, and adoption issues–but loves God very much and seems to have something that she has not been able to shake since she was 14. I will send her your link. She probably won’t read it, but who knows?? Thanks for sharing your heart!! God bless you!! My life’s an open book too–you can read mine at, if you’re interested.


    1. Thank you. I’m back now, so I will be keeping it up. It will mirror one of my blogs. You can find out about them in my latest post. πŸ˜€


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