Life is amazing!!
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Since: Jan 09

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#1 Jan 5, 2014
I really can't say it enough... I absolutely LOVE my life!!!

It seems like every new day brings me peace and understanding.

Everything seems to have reason and purpose... from the smallest to the largest... from the best to the worst... it all makes sense to me.

Everywhere I have ever been... everything I have ever done... it just seems like a scavenger hunt I went on to collect the pieces that make up who I am today... but then I guess that is what life is like for most people.

I have learned to accept the bad with the good... because without the bad we would have no concept of good.

Even on my worst days... I am still a very happy person.

I cried like a baby today.

Big Dog has begun dragging his left rear leg... and it's wearing bad... it's just a matter of time before it turns into a sore.

He has cancer and arthritis really bad... but he's still a very happy dog... and still wags his tail when I am getting ready to go somewhere in anticipation of adventure.

I have had many dogs in my life... but I was never as close to them as I have become to him.

I love him with all my heart.

It's a sad thing when we must let something we love go.

I'm taking him back to Los Angeles Tuesday to see his vet... she tried talking me into putting him to sleep last time.

I may be more open to the idea this time... I know he's hurting... and I need to not be so selfish thinking of my own feelings.

I can't see the purpose and the reason... but I know there is.

He will be a part of me for as long as I live... a part I will dearly miss.

He has been my constant companion for twelve years.

He has gone everywhere and done everything with me.

Love hurts... but I would not have it any other way.

Peace, love... and a life in harmony.
Heavy
Elaine

Houston, TX

#2 Jan 6, 2014
This post shows you moving through the entire cycle of manic depression. You started happy and then got depressed and cried, lamented the eminent death of your dog and then ended on a happy note.

You are clearly depressed. Perhaps it's time to see a psychiatrist and get your meds straightened out before you end up in a hospital again.

Yes, I know we're not pals. But you should talk to a professional.

Since: Jan 09

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#3 Jan 6, 2014
Elaine wrote:
This post shows you moving through the entire cycle of manic depression. You started happy and then got depressed and cried, lamented the eminent death of your dog and then ended on a happy note.

You are clearly depressed. Perhaps it's time to see a psychiatrist and get your meds straightened out before you end up in a hospital again.

Yes, I know we're not pals. But you should talk to a professional.
I am not depressed, Elaine... I am simply a loving, caring human being.

I am WAY too steady... to be bi-polar.

I come here just about every day and deal with the lunacy of you and others far too effectively for that.

A bi-polar person has huge swings of dark depression combined with lofty heights of mania that turn into psychosis.

I am never depressed... I am always happy and well adjusted.

I just happen to be very close to my service animal.

It's going to hurt me deeply to lose him and I will cry for a bit... but I am not going to get depressed over it.

I am going to go right out and get me another... larger service animal... and name him, "Kitty".

Probably a full blood Bullmastiff.

That's the part of Big Dog that I like so much.

See... I'm losing a loved one... but I am already looking to the future with optimism.

A bi-polar person would not do that.

Since: Mar 12

Sugar Land, TX

#4 Jan 6, 2014
Oh lordy...

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#5 Jan 6, 2014
JaneDear wrote:
Oh lordy...
Yeah... Elaine has the propensity to go overboard with her assumptions every now and then.
fubar

Ashburn, VA

#6 Jan 6, 2014
Elaine wrote:
This post shows you moving through the entire cycle of manic depression. You started happy and then got depressed and cried, lamented the eminent death of your dog and then ended on a happy note.
You are clearly depressed. Perhaps it's time to see a psychiatrist and get your meds straightened out before you end up in a hospital again.
Yes, I know we're not pals. But you should talk to a professional.
A very inciteful post. I think it will be ignored but thoughtful none the less.
Elaine

Houston, TX

#7 Jan 6, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>A very inciteful post. I think it will be ignored but thoughtful none the less.
"Insightful". How did you get inciteful?

Since: Jan 09

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#8 Jan 6, 2014
Elaine wrote:
<quoted text>"Insightful" . How did you get inciteful?
He/she/it can't help it... illiteracy run rampant in his/her/it's family.

But... it's the fault of the white man of course.

Since: Mar 12

Sugar Land, TX

#9 Jan 6, 2014
Heavy Fed wrote:
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Yeah... Elaine has the propensity to go overboard with her assumptions every now and then.
Judging from your posts, I believe she wasn't too far off the mark.

Since: Jan 09

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#10 Jan 6, 2014
JaneDear wrote:
<quoted text>Judging from your posts, I believe she wasn't too far off the mark.
Well, you're the expert... right??

I mean... you've been to school... got your doctorate and are fully qualified to make that diagnosis, right??

Even a qualified Psychiatrist would not venture a diagnosis on such flimsy evidence.

Usually it involves more than one doctor even.

But... you're the expert.

Obviously from your own personal experience with the disease, right?

No??

Then STFU.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#11 Jan 7, 2014
The dog has my sympathy, at least he won't have to be one of your props much longer, and he will be in a better place. Being without sin ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN.

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#12 Jan 7, 2014
Texan wrote:
The dog has my sympathy, at least he won't have to be one of your props much longer, and he will be in a better place. Being without sin ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN.
Props??

Nothing in my life is a prop!!

Phfuck you for referring to my service dog as a prop!!!
Texan

Wichita, KS

#13 Jan 7, 2014
That's what you used him for, him and a cup for begging on street corners. Go ahead get indignate, you were the one who used him for a prop to help you beg money from people who actually work for a living. Don't like to hear that? Too damn bad isn't it?

Since: Jan 09

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#14 Jan 7, 2014
Texan wrote:
That's what you used him for, him and a cup for begging on street corners. Go ahead get indignate, you were the one who used him for a prop to help you beg money from people who actually work for a living. Don't like to hear that? Too damn bad isn't it?
LOL

You REALLY don't know me as well as you THINK you do.
Citizen

Katy, TX

#15 Jan 7, 2014
Sorry about your dog. Hope things get better.

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#16 Jan 7, 2014
Citizen wrote:
Sorry about your dog. Hope things get better.
Thank you.

We are on our way back to Los Angeles now for a vet appointment tomorrow.

He's been dragging his left rear leg for a few days now... so unless I can get a boot or something to keep him from developing a sore, I think he is in his last day.

I'm going to let the vet make the call... I'm afraid I'd be too selfish.

He's still a very happy dog... but I know he's hurting.

Thanks again.
fubar

Ashburn, VA

#17 Jan 7, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>A very inciteful post. I think it will be ignored but thoughtful none the less.
I must be illiterate...I was hoping to incite heavy...
fubar

San Jose, CA

#18 Jan 7, 2014
Heavy Fed wrote:
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Props??
Nothing in my life is a prop!!
Phfuck you for referring to my service dog as a prop!!!
Everything in your life is a prop. Your lies, your dog, your con jobs they're all props in your delusion filled life.

After reading your posts ,what other conclusion could any sane person come to.

Since: Jan 09

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#19 Jan 7, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>Everything in your life is a prop. Your lies, your dog, your con jobs they're all props in your delusion filled life.

After reading your posts ,what other conclusion could any sane person come to.
Are you sure it's not, "You're lies, you're dog, you're con jobs"??

LOL

THERE IS NO RECOVERY FOR YOU HERE ON THE LA PORTE FORUM!!!
fubar

Pearland, TX

#20 Jan 11, 2014
Heavy Fed wrote:
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Are you sure it's not, "You're lies, you're dog, you're con jobs"??
LOL
THERE IS NO RECOVERY FOR YOU HERE ON THE LA PORTE FORUM!!!
You don't understand that the word "your" shows possession and the word "you're" is a conjugation of the words you &are(as in you're an assh-le vs. you are an assh-le)?

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