Fade Out ~ Fade In

I wish I’d been born with no feelings at all.

wine was the least of what I was drinking

Last year I discovered some unpleasant things about myself, and the way my interpersonal relationships worked ~ or rather didn’t work.  All my relationships were dysfunctional, painful, and ruinous.  Mostly this was my fault because I could have just walked away from anyone at any time.

I didn’t, instead I let myself go downhill into depression, paranoia, and booze.

Over the last year, and over the Christmas Holidays I faded out.

Well, it’s time I faded back in again.

I don’t know what kind of life I’m going to have, and I’m afraid to find out.

I’ll keep you posted.


Jack Collier



I need to work on fading back in

11 responses

  1. Hard work always always always pays off! ❤


    1. It’s darned hard work right now. 💞

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      1. I know. I also know if it is truly what you want, you’ll stop at nothing to get it. Have you asked yourself what it is you truly want?

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  2. Writers Group this week! 🙂

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      1. Yep…Quentin is doing a workshop for us. 6.30 at central 🙂

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  3. Sending you healing energy! I know you will succeed!

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  4. And I encourage you on with grit and gumption. You can and you will. 👍

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    1. Thank you. I need a new life. 🌹💖


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