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  • my little shitty corner of the universe
    I am not an poet, an author, not a thinker, not an introverted, uninformed, and not a long time interested. Now I am a grumpy owl, a rat, a naughty child, a Satan, much more, and above all light in the head. But I still have something to say, so I have to write it,… The post my little shitty corner of the universe appeared first on BayArt.
  • Strength in Opposition
    Have you ever had anyone call out your faith? They are looking for anything they can do to disprove that your faith is real. Are they doing this out of spite? Out of jealously? Or are they looking for an excuse not believe? We need to be strong in our faith as to be a… The post Strength in Opposition appeared first on BayArt.
  • For victims of sexual harassment, the most common diagnoses are depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    “Among women who experience a sexual assault, 90 percent who experience sexual violence in the immediate aftermath exhibit symptoms of acute stress,” says Dr. Helen Wilson, a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise on the effects of trauma. “For many people, these symptoms dissipate over time through social support and coping strategies, and many people totally recover… The post For victims of sexual harassment, the most common diagnoses are depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) appeared first on BayArt.
  • Why I write…
    C.S. Lewis famously stated, “We read to know we are not alone.” For those of us with a bent to putting words on the paper / screen, I think that is what we are trying to do to some extent. We are reaching out. Not just to have confirmation that we are not alone, but… The post Why I write… appeared first on BayArt.
  • Balance
    I’m studying psychology – want to become a therapist in marriage and family therapy. I have read about all types of disorders and mental illnesses and for all these years I have been told that we cannot diagnose ourselves just because we read something that could possibly relate to us. So since I started college,… The post Balance appeared first on BayArt.
  • Plan
    Are you where you wanted to be?   Last year, did you plan to be where you are now?   Did you plan something?   Do you have a plan for the next year?   “All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect,… The post Plan appeared first on BayArt.
  • Getting Lost
    A couple of years ago, my wife and I decided to go for a drive in the fall weather to do some leaf peeping like we usually do around our anniversary. While there were occasional spectacles of color clothing a few trees, the color wasn’t quite there yet and lots of trees just were beginning… The post Getting Lost appeared first on BayArt.
  • R.O.O.T
    I’m just a person learning how to people. The things that I want keep creeping away, life is so evil. The truth, what that is; let it be told. A real description of the undead untold. We fear ourselves on this great big earth. With guns and tongues we slay our own berth. Where is… The post R.O.O.T appeared first on BayArt.
  • Hope for routine
    Hello, today I would like to set my first post here. I am a german illustrator for childrenbooks and relatively new online. Although I nearly arrive the age of 50, I still feel like a child in my art. It is difficult for me to deal with serious problems, social grievances and injustices on this… The post Hope for routine appeared first on BayArt.
  • The hidden health effects of sexual harassment
    Victims of sexual harassment often experience emotional and physical symptoms for years to come. Sexual harassment in the workplace is nothing new, but the issue is seeing a wave of recognition and attention as celebrities and former employees step up to accuse Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Now is as good a time as… The post The hidden health effects of sexual harassment appeared first on BayArt.