I have noticed a tendency among bloggers to be self serving. They either want to sell something, or are looking for sympathy. My job here is to act as a counselor to those who are trying to get well. I am not a professional. Nor do I counseling skills. But I have been there. I have been where many of you are right now, in despair, hopelessness, and with nowhere to turn. My life is good now. If you need a shoulder to cry on, cry on mine. If you need a boost, I’ll give you one. All I ask, is that you try to get better. None of us will be what we were before we got sick. However, in our ways, we can be better. We are a community of people who can help ourselves. Sure, we need the professionals and their drugs. But there is so much more we can do to climb out of the abyss, live healthy and happy lives, and be the envy of our family and friends. Life is worth living.
Published by Christopher G. Bremicker
Special Forces medic stationed at Ft. Bragg NC from 1968 to 1970. BA English and MBA, both from University of Minnesota. Fisherman, grouse hunter, downhill skier.. Plays handball and reviews theater. Present job at Walgreens in St. Paul MN is forty-sixth job since high school. Hometown is Cable WI. View more posts