Category: mental health

At Milan, turn left

Dreams dreams, and dreams. Swaying palm trees and dancing spaceship rockets. Dreams are all the rage these days. A strange interconnection amongst us all. Last night I had a dream where the gatekeeper repeatedly said “at Milan, turn left”. In my dream, I did not reach Milan. Although, […]

Room 309

She was asked at check-in if she had a room preference. At first she started to note she had no preference. Then, without thinking she blurted out she wanted room 309. Luckily, there was such a room and it was available. She went straight to the window and […]

The greatest love of all

My son started school last week. And, while everyone was posting photographs onto Facebook of their kids with a sign noting the school grade they were entering, I chose to not do so. I’ve done it before. Honestly, I thought about it for a second and then moved […]

Not knowing why

In psychology, we note that there are times (many often) in which we may not know why we have done or said something. Sometimes we can’t quite spell out a why. We don’t always know our own motivation. As kids, we are (were) honest about not knowing why […]