Patrick Doyle, from The he speaks about a lot of very important issues: Emotional Abuse, Feeling Hopeless, Where do you get your value? It has helped me tremendously, as well as many other people. I was obsessed and figured out every thing i would need to make it happen and what i already had that was asset. I am an RN and the thoughts of returning to work is more than I can imagine. All the while I became someone mentally I've never been in terms of feeling so lost & depressed I couldn't care less b/c I was just thankful I was working for "something" while paying my supposed dues.Go to You Tube, type in: "Patrick Doyle Unsafe Relationships" take care!! i had to move back to arizona where i knew someone that would let me stay there house for free... I had a degree and looked at jobs that could get me to l.a. My job really was to be all about learning ropes while paying a due or ten in order to prove I "wanted" it... This last go around & final straw with my X literally sent me reeling..I hope this helps somewhat...truly :) I had the same issues stuck in new mexico about 10 years ago. i researched the cost of living and read about the jobs i could get in l.a. Circumstances slightly different but end is the same. Cracked my 'woman hear me roar' & shook my foundation on life, love & humanity to its core.
I am 61 years of age and your story is very similar to mine. To anyone feeling hopeless, worthless, depression, anxiety, etc etc. I am in a very low point in my life, as I see it, and feel it!!
I am in NO WAY feeling anything but genuine LOVE and admiration for you, who are sharing and so very honestly about what you are going through, and how you are truly feeling... I believe that a lot of how people feel, it a result of other people 'not taking responsibility'...
Not one single natural ingredient has me quite as verklempt as borax. ” Not surprising, all of the confusion, given the severe lack of cohesive information out there about the safety of borax.
Nearly every “green cleaning” site lists it as a wonder cleaner. The Borax Council has done a terrible job at educating the public. I think I’ve gotten to the bottom of most of it, though, and maybe what I’ve found will help you make a decision as to whether you want to use it in your green cleaning (and beauty) routine … Borax, also known (most predominately in the way we’re talking about right now) as sodium tetraborate, is a boron mineral and salt that’s mined directly from the ground. That’s where the majority of the online confusion appears. Let me tell you what some other people say, though: You confused yet? People even take borax as a supplement and swear by it (I am NOT recommending you do this).
I attempt to feel grateful for what I have but then I just start crying.
I really am a cool person...smart, funny, into music, art and clothing..nice in general but I cannot find friends that are deep or seem to understand me at all. I have never felt fully happy because even as a child I was semi-conscious of the fact that my parents were dealing with heavy things.I have generally made poor decisions in most facets of my life.Natural beauty books are rife with suggesting it as a hair softener. And upset commenters have left diatribes and sent consternating emails about my recipes using borax proclaiming it “toxic! With no surprise; at least half of the studies I’ve found and citations I’ve read have listed their testing matter as “either sodium borate or boric acid.” The difference between the two is: Boric acid is produced when borax is reacted with another acid (like sulfuric or hydrochloric acid). Here’s one more bit of info for you: Boron is an essential mineral that the body needs for bone building, immune function, and brain function. But, like anything, it’s needed in small moderation. That’s a little extreme, but I use it as a gauge as to how harmful borax really is. It doesn’t cause cancer, accumulate in the body, or absorb through the skin. In fact, the largest borax (borate) mine in the world – found in Boron, California – is considered by many to be the most ecologically sound and environmentally sustainable mine in the United States.The result is an acid structure (p H of 5.0), rather than alkaline, as borax is (9.3 p H). This is also the mine where 20 Mule Team comes from.But, frankly, the only time I ever see any trace of residue on my dishes when I’ve used homemade dishwasher detergent is while washing the few plastics that still remain in my house. So, going forward, I’ll still be using my borax and washing soda dishwasher detergent, I’ll just be washing my plastics by hand (and little-by-little getting rid of them all together …