The Dopamine Flux

Living A Full Life With Mental Health Issues

Hey guys, So, unfortunately I never heard back from the art magazine I submitted my art to, which is ok. It happens. There’s quite a number of things I’m working on, although this isn’t a complete workup of them: I have submitted work to a major magazine publisher. I also have a paid opportunity with …

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I have a number of things I’d like to announce, or talk about. First, I bought Pokemon Sword back in November of 2019, when it came out. I am happy to say I have completed the whole gameplay, all the way through. It’s not so much about the game, as it is, I was able …

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The holiday’s were good. Christmas was everything I needed, and wanted. Then we went on a small vacation to San Antonio. It wasn’t the best vacation, only because we had trouble with some employees at the hotel we were staying at, unfortunately. I submitted my poetry to a local art Collective magazine in this region. …

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The catch-up week was good. I finished pretty much everything I needed to do. I turned in my TEDx video pitch for the nomination I received. I did not end up going to the poetry jam, because I have been super tired with medication changes, but I planned out some other things for the rest …

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I finished my certification training! I feel like I passed with flying colors, but we shall see in a couple of weeks or so. Had a good, but extremely hectic past week. Which explains why I missed the monday blog post yesterday. Training, plus trying to finish moving into my new apartment. I absolutely love …

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Hey! So, the podcast is officially up! I had an amazing host, River T, out of Britain. There were very good questions posed and I cannot wait to share with you guys! Here is the link to it: Opening Up With River T – Ep. 11. I actually have a second podcast with someone else …

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Most of my immediate family AND friends have expressed that I should really think about keeping my disability, and the insurance from it, instead of getting legally married. I understand why. At the same time, I wish I could live a normal life like everybody does, and get married, get a job, have kids, and …

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