Monthly Archives: July 2011

Made In America Books By This Writer

Would you like to read the books that I’ve authored but maybe don’t have the bookshelf space (or funds) for the dead tree editions? Then here are links to both the books, themselves, published by Amazon.com and a link to … Continue reading

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PTSD – Writer’s Anger

I’ve had a few folks, recently, ask why so much of my writing sounds so angry.  They ask why I call politicians, and particularly Republicans but right wing Democrats as well, animals and filth and the other endearing terms I … Continue reading

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Unions Benefit Americans

In America today, the wealthy right wing noise machine owns and operates both the vast majority of news media in America as well as the vast majority of politicians. They nearly unanimously support farther and farther to the right pro-corporate, … Continue reading

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Made In The USA Suggestions

In an earlier article I gave some links to sites that produce products right here in the US.  Fact of the matter is, our efforts here at Another Perspective are supported by products designed and produced right here in the … Continue reading

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PTSD & PISSED at the VA

Okay, we’ll leave the topic of PTSD for today simply because the VA has managed to screw everything up once again (VA in Sacramento, “We sent you the letter to cancel today’s appointment three weeks ago.”  Me, “But I never … Continue reading

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PTSD – A Day In The Life

A friend sent a link to a YouTube video. Very strong. Obviously written and sung by someone that was there, that did those things.  His words and images, while from a vastly different war in a vastly different place, are … Continue reading

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PTSD Just Isn’t That Important

I won’t name anyone nor quote anyone exactly because I doubt that I would ever be given permission to do so. I know that when I write a PTSD article, the little notifications I send out goes to maybe 4000 … Continue reading

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PTSD and So Many Treatments

Saw my VA shrink again today and tried to keep working out my PTSD. Hard to get too serious about what I’m thinking because he has this habit of constantly yawning and stretching while I’m talking. Makes me feel like … Continue reading

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PTSD and Survivor’s Guilt

I learned a new PTSD phrase and a new idea today. It’s called “Survivor’s Guilt” and it apparently plays a huge role in PTSD for many of us. I won’t bother you with the textbook definition of that phrase I’ll … Continue reading

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PTSD – A Story Of Late Night Remorse

I wanted to sleep tonight. I felt that I’d written enough for one day. I came to bed, read a little of my trivia book, considered whether to masturbate or not and didn’t, made sure the air conditioning was on … Continue reading

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