I saw this picture the other day, and it made me stop to think.
Thoughts? Where did this idea come from? Do you agree or disagree?
Creative Gifts from Mental Illness?
Image from weheartit.com
Believe me, there is hope.
Hope for the Hopeless Obsessive-Compulsive
Unlike the Hermit of the Southern March,
I’ve only got 31 winters under my belt–
but I think I agree.
The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis
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Okay, so this is not quite how I pictured Sean of
The Scorpio Races,
but the intense stare in this pic works for me! *swoon*
Can you tell how much I loved this book?
Go read The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater!
My review is here.
And no, for an obsessive-compulsive, it’s
When Thinking Hurts
A Metaphor for Obsessive-Compulsives
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The husband and wife who try again.
The prince who saves the princess.
The obsessive-compulsive who finds freedom.
I love rescue.