Category Archives: excuse

I Used To Be A Runner…

Not a great one, not even a good one, but I was a loyal runner. Running made me feel good. It made me ‘okay’. On days when I was angry, run down, the worst of my depressive and suicidal moods … Continue reading

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Statute of Limitation…

Five years… We are almost there; Once the date comes and goes… Five years plus May 2009, the pressure goes away. The questions I have, the memories I try to forget. I don’t know why I feel this magic date… … Continue reading

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Not a fun bandwagon to be on…

A friend and I began a debate about the mentally ill last night. I have to preface this exchange by saying that this gentleman is a very highly respected professional in our community, as he has earned over and over … Continue reading

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No More Excuses…

No Excuses…No Pain No Gain…Someone Busier Than You Is Running Right Now…If You Make It  Priority, It Will Happen…We All Have The Same 24 Hours In Our Day, What Did You Do With Yours? I’ve never been a fan of … Continue reading

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