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I WISH SOMEHOW I COULD FLY

Depression feels like a whirlpool that is hard to swim out of. I will not drown as long as I can breathe. It’s just very tiring. I once looked forward to speaking publicly and singing, but now it seems almost impossible. I want to “stay safe.” Continue reading

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I CAN’T TELL YOU

At my last hypnotherapy session, I opened up to talk about the guilt I’ve carried for many years over disappointing my mother because I wasn’t an observant Jew like she was. Continue reading

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MUSIC SAVED ME-PART 2

The concept of “being saved” did sound a little desperate. It made me think of circumstances such as being saved from drowning or a fire – of saving one’s life. I mulled over some alternate lyric choices for my song, such as: my music freed me or my music changed me. I had to go with my music saving me – especially now. Continue reading

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