Sunday, January 1, 2023

Remnants: Always Trouble


Genre: Autobiography, Self-Help

Length: TBD

Heat Level: Just messing with ya. I would never be so gauche as to reveal the intimate details of my so-called romantic life. 

WTF is this Shite? I mean, here's a Blurb.

For years now I have been intending to publish some sort of combination of memoir and workbook. I start out determined, but as time goes on I say "oh, hell, what makes me think I can do this?" 

I'm writing the book I wish had been there for me, and I'm going to try and stick with it this time.


I’d rather fail with my own shit than succeed with someone else’s,” --Eddie Van Halen

I’ve always been trouble and sometimes that goes double. I was born on February 15, 1965, in Denver, Colorado during a raging blizzard. My father, who was extremely sick with a respiratory infection, had to get out and push the car back on the road while my mother, who was in labor, steered. They made it to the hospital where I made my debut as my mother received the encouraging words of “God punishes those who don’t push!” from her obstetrician.

By all accounts, I was a horrible infant who never slept more than two hours at a stretch. When I was 18 months old, some colossal fuckwit of a pediatrician prescribed me phenobarbital. This medication worked paradoxically as many psych meds do for me. I remained awake for three days straight and I can only imagine that I was an unholy terror to deal with for my sleep-deprived parents.

Many years and misdiagnoses later, I learned that I have ADHD.

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Happy New Year and best of luck in 2023.


  1. How I wish that your parents had been able to give you into the care of the pediatrician until the pheno wore off. I bet they would have loved that too.

    1. It would have served the bastard right, wouldn't it?
      I can't help feeling sorry for my small self. Given my paradoxical reactions to benzodiazepines, I can only imagine I was probably in a state of panic the whole time.

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    1. I presume you'll pardon me for not cutting said asswipe physician too much slack. What kind of an idiot gives a toddler hard drugs?


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