I waved my hand in front of his face, but I knew there was no use to it. Gin was like that; he’d get so involved in something that he’d just block out the rest of the world. It was up to me to change the reels.
I suppose I smelled the smoke as I left the auditorium, but like I said, the whole building smelled of smoke. In the projection booth, I made the change, but stopping to gaze down through…
But, yes, I feel sorry for Anne Heche and her severe problems and her kids and also the woman who lost her home and her memories and barely escaped with her life, her dogs and tortoise. Both can be true.
But, look, if some random crazy person literally burned down my home. Destroyed my life. Took my memories. Through no fault of my own.
Tortoise: “I don’t care if she was good in some mediocre films and tv shows from the ‘90s. She wrecked my life.”
Where Dreams are Lived - the Road from Fantasy to Reality
Where Dreams are Lived – the Road from Fantasy to Reality
I am living in a vacation area at the moment and looking at the fantasy and reality of drinking. It seems like everyone centers their whole existence around alcohol. Watching this newly sober I’ve noticed some things I wasn’t aware of. Besides the couple hours in the evening, when people are getting super loud, and really, acting out of control, their lives seem pretty much centered on that one…
Living with an alcoholic is a roller coaster of dread. Always worrying—is he going to get sloppy? E has no idea, or maybe he does, how on edge I live.
He’s off at an interview for a fellowship. He’s gone alone to Florida; my shitty job has little vacation time. For the two days prior to his trip, my back hurts, aches. He suggests a heating pad, Tylenol, Advil. E’s gone 2 nights. When he returns,…
After that, the love interest took center stage, and the underdeveloped drama, the dead hero’s dilemma of going to college or helping his widowed mother, was forgotten as this buxom blonde began her crusade, trying to unravel the mystery of her lover’s disappearance. All the while, she never seemed to notice the man in the black raincoat and hat, his bright lantern shining in the darkness of…
OC223 Recording Artist David Correy - Trauma, Losing Both Parents, X Factor and Finding New Purpose in Recovery from Alcoholism
Today my guest is recording artist David Correy. He opens up about the rise of his music career, the struggles he had from losing his parents, and the depths that grief led him to. He shares never before stories of the darkness and the hope that came from his journey of recovery from alcoholism. So without further ado, please enjoy this episode with David
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They don't even realize how much I'm struggling. That I'm stealing just to get by. I have no money. I'm so so fucking depressed and suicidal I wanna relapse into alcohol just to feel something other than this. I hate myself. I wanna die. I feel so much more suicidal than I've been in a long time.