I rarely write about my blogsite or my professional life, but here I go.
First of all, allow me to apologize to those who are getting redirected when you attempt to log onto my site here on WordPress. Both WordPress and I are working on the problem and will hopefully have it cleared up by the end of this month. Obviously, there is some malicious code that has hijacked my account. Please, be patient, we will get this fixed.
On a brighter note, two of my books have been placed on the 48 Best-Selling Dissociative Disorder Books of All Time list as featured on CNN and Forbes. I’m thrilled! I am numbers 34 and 36 on the list.
Both books are available on Amazon and are very reasonably priced.
In other news, I have moved into fusion which is something none of my many aquaintances seem to have achieved. Fusion involves allowing all the aspects of the other alters to combine with me to form a cohesive whole. That does not mean anyone has died. They cannot die unless I do. We are the same person. What it does mean is that I am much less likely to splinter off and one of the alters do their own thing. Under the right circumstances, I will most certainly dissociate, but they must be very stressful and unexpected to do so.
I hope you all stay safe with COVID 19. Wear your masks and stay home if you can. Please, don’t take chances with your health as we need you and you are valuable to the world.
I’ll leave you, as I normally do, with a few quotes.
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
― Albert Einstein
“He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much;
Who has enjoyed the trust of pure women, the respect of intelligent men and the love of little children;
Who has filled his niche and accomplished his task;
Who has never lacked appreciation of Earth’s beauty or failed to express it;
Who has left the world better than he found it,
Whether an improved poppy, a perfect poem, or a rescued soul;
Who has always looked for the best in others and given them the best he had;
Whose life was an inspiration;
Whose memory a benediction.”
― Bessie Anderson Stanley