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J DeGolier Noetling

My Mama's Mustache: Time For Change

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I began My Mama's Mustache November 2008 with change in mind; what cannot be changed like inheriting my mother's tendency toward sprouting facial hair, and what can be changed, me. I've been through many changes in the three years since, many forced upon me by disgruntled family. I gave up my power to them and now I am here to take it back. Major Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder have plundered my life while I denied my disabilities. Now at 58 years of age, I surrender.That does not mean I give up. It does mean I accept my life as it is. Only at the point of acceptance do I have the power to change.

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Read And Discuss PTSD: What It Means In My Life

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Read And Discuss PTSD: What It Means In My Life

Reading from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS & Soili Poijula, Ph.D.

Reading from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS & Soili Poijula, Ph.D.

Reading from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS & Soili Poijula, Ph.D.

Reading from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS & Soili Poijula, Ph.D.

Reading from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS & Soili Poijula, Ph.D.

Reading and discussion from "The PTSD Workbook" by Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D., LCSW, CTS and Soili Poijula, Ph.D..

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