Reluctant Therapist

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Driving in the Rain

This is the second part of my Drivers Ed. series. To read my first post, check out https://reluctanttherapist.com/driving-in-the-dark/ We live in Appalachia and there is a definite learning curve to living in Appalachia. One of those curves is driving in… Continue Reading →

Time for CHANGE!

On average only 8% of New Years Resolutions are successful. After years of exhaustive research there appears to be a direct correlation between CHANGE and TIME. According to the author, ME, you can put off change but the longer you… Continue Reading →

Virtue 101

Virtue; now there is a word for ya. For me, an American boy raised in the Bible belt, it calls up all the things a good boy should be; Faithful, Hopeful, and Charitable. A virtue is many things done many… Continue Reading →

An IDIOPATHIC Life

I know? Interesting title. Since I write about things I know, you can bet I know something about Idiopathic. Specifically, Idiopathic Cerebellar Degeneration. Try saying that three times fast. If you read it middle name first, followed by last and… Continue Reading →

It’s About time

I was told I should change the title and give an example. This is the revised post with example. I am glad to see more than one person follows my blog. There is an advantage to listening to hundreds of… Continue Reading →

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