PTSD Beautiful Trauma

An expulsive cataclysm of the soul

It’s very interesting how the interviewer put the accent on the fact that Jean Seberg doesn’t take any psychologist. She is in her 20s and just divorced. Jean Seberg: “I am more Parisian than Hollywoodian Psychoanalyzed girl.” Interviewer: “I can tell.” Except she is found dead suicidal for barbiturates at age of 40 in a …

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Originally posted on to work as a sculptor:
“Triton Babies” in the Boston Public Garden Anna Coleman Watts Ladd (1878 – 1939) was an American sculptor in the Boston area who devoted her time throughout World War I to soldiers who were disfigured. Anna Coleman Watts was born in Philadelphia and educated in Europe, where…

Yes, be brave. It’s worse than you can imagine, but it works. So, here I am to witness the power of garlic as a natural antibiotic. You see, part of this blog is dedicated to ayurvedic/holistic impact of natural remedies on my health. And perhaps, yours, for a change. My gum diseases, if you were wondering, are back …

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Because I found these two articles so pertinent, and relevant, I would like to thank this cowboy, who is not posting since 2012, so I assume he might be somewhere else. If he is still alive, he can contact me, and ask me to delete his posts, or leave them, with his courtesy. During the …

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Oh, I will be perhaps unpopular, who cares? 🙂 Take me or leave me. The fact is that by accident, last dying of my hair, turned into light purple. And after a quick search I fell into this amazing young woman who struggled with addiction, and she is finally back into her Self. Her words …

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When I read about PTSD before going through my personal journey, I thought that PTSD were reserved only to war veterans or raped, child abused victims. God bless them all. Now, I can observe, « abuse », in a lifetime, can come in different ways, and shades of grey. It all depends on your level of sensibility. …

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