As the county board of supervisors begins to review the options forwarded to it from the Task Force on Homelessness, I’ll be requesting that you email, write letters and make phone calls to your elected officials. I will alert you that Mr. Wasserman is on the task force and he warned the public to be aware that money for these suggestions still needs to be located. We, the community present, pointed to the article in the Mercury News stating the County is spending $500 MILLION dollars each year for services for the homeless. Of course you can’t simply move money in its entirety that $500 MILLION to cover these newly suggested programs. However, we know that funding these new programs will reduce the drag on $500 MILLION.
If you are interested on having your elected officials supporting these new programs, let me know and I’ll keep up to date.
That’s all for now.
The way I see life as an introvert is like this, at times I can be just as social as most people. However, most of the time I am simply enjoying resolving life’s opportunities in my head. Said differently, living as an introvert.
When people think they know me they would swear I am an extrovert. They are mistaken. Newly admitted to a group, I am usually quiet and very thoughtful. I will open up with time. I put this blog post under “Stigma” because sometimes it feels like being an introvert has some negative label or assessment. Much like AD/HD or ADD has a stigma. These are somehow misconstrued as mental health weaknesses.
I beg to differ. Once people know me they really like what I bring to the relationship, community or group.
Today an article on Huffington Post sparked my sharing. The article is about highly successful introverts. I bet a high number of them also have the markings or traits of AD/HD.
I entrust you with the opportunity to get to know me, I know I look forward to the same.
Do you know what is the cause of addiction? Really? This article will likely not resonate with what you think you know.
This article is an eye opener. There has been a study about drugs and addiction. However the subjects used were rats. This study brings a spin to that study and you’ll be amazed.
Who would have thought? Would you have ever guessed?
I’m not one who walks around gloating. I’m however proud of who I am and what I accomplish.
As the last couple of weeks have unfolded I’ve seen many aspects of humanness that I’ve not seen or perhaps simply ignored. Stigma – what a sharp and stinging word! You don’t even know what the stigma is associated with and you already know it hurts. There is meaning being created. Or even worse –… Read More