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Reflecting: My First Half Marathon

I don’t often think about my first half-marathon.  I wasn’t really running like I am now.  In-fact, when I ran my first half marathon, in July 2011, I had a much different mission.   476 more words

Missoula Marathon

Writing Releases the Pressure

Writing releases the pressure

As tears release the pain.

Softening the displeasure

Of  not seeing you again.

Copyright Suzanne Norton 2015


Weight of Choices

Things are finally calming down for me.  The fiance is healing and able to help with chores again.  I’m still hallucinating, having suicidal ideation (that’s not really new though), anxiety, hypo-mania, depression, and a mix of all of the above.   496 more words


Food Camp -- Food List

Here is the list for Food Camp in June.


Sausage links, bacon, pork chops, fish sticks, turkey (deli style), steak, pulled pork

Squash, cherry tomatoes, red bell peppers, cucumbers, corn, dill pickles, peas… 382 more words


Therapist, Counselor, Social Worker, Psychiatrist! What's the Difference??

As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I often get asked questions or here statements like this:

“So I saw a counselor last year, but you call yourself a therapist.   1,086 more words


Look Up

When you do field work for biology research you have to be more than okay with nature. You have to be willing to get dirty, scraped, bitten, and in my case surrounded by insects. 361 more words


Not sleeping so decided to write

Its about 5 AM. And I am wide awake. As usual. Of course if I got a routine going where I didnt nap during the day spiradically I might be better off. 362 more words

Dissociative Identity Disorder