Something lighter – Papercuts

Patrick Gannon is an American cut-paper artist who works and lives in Japan. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the US, Europe and Asia.

Anger

As most of us do, I guess I have alot of anger. But I cannot access it. I am not angry at anyone in particular, in terms of my own life experiences, the things that invited the Cenobites to live in my head, although I guess I feel fury in specific instances of politics and […]

The Life-Saving Art of Martin Wittfooth

All I want to do is go to bed, but I just noticed that awfully neglected ‘ART’ category up at the top of my page. And, well, it’s Day 22 here at McLean. So I don’t want to go to bed unhappy. So I will share with you some of the magical work of my […]

A Poem. No, not by me! For me!

A particularly poetic blogger penned this piece of pretty especially for me. I thought it too lovely not to share. If the writer wishes to identify herself, please do!   “Intrinsically exquisite this sustaining full of life visit a world you will never know totally commanding isn’t it? trifling and fumbling through the depths of […]

Illegal photos from Elite Psych Unit

 

Anthem for the Lethally Lonely – Morrissey

This may be my second Morrissey video, do I need a new blog? This was a B-Side 100 years ago and when it was new on import I didn’t listen to it much more than I had to. Have been driving with his entire catalog on shuffle lately. Stop making me cry, Stephen!!!!

Is Blogging Good for Borderlines?

I don’t know. At first I thought so. I felt better, part of a community, seemed to kind of affirm what I go through with some regularity. Now I feel like it exposes me to triggers – rejection, marginalization, abandonment. I don’t know. Just a thought. I guess I’ll keep trying. Feedback MORE than welcome.

Art Therapy

Well, I don’t think this is what they have in mind at the hospitals, but, after an entire day of decompensation, I am expanding my art collection with this beauty by Carisa Swenson. Feel better already. My body just doesn’t know it yet.

30 Day Challenge: Check It, Day 4

With the resurgence of satanic symptoms, it seems a will-to-live post is appropriate. So, today, I live for the work of Andy Prokh.

Assault from all sides

What a quietly, secretly, painfully wretched period of lucidity. The mental shifts leave me confused and terrorized. Before when my entire collection lovingly devoted itself to me, it was upon me before it had a name. Now each symptom has a name, an assignment, and apparently a vision, but they aren’t working in communion, they’re […]