ITA Part 3 is a brief discussion of the other bits of this odd job. The difficulty is much of these other pieces are invisible to those unaware of the detainment and commitment process. In the video below are examples to give everyday relevance.
The involuntary MH evaluation and detention process is fluid and there are a lot of pieces that float around for the puzzle to come together.
The process of civil MH evaluation, detainment, commitment and treatment is one of those areas in life that most folks are afraid of, don’t want to know about and very few folks talk about. That is, until someone is in need, concerned about a family member or have issues about the homeless in their community.
If a person understands fear, it’s function, why it exists, how it works, when it happens, where and to whom; then a fear is a masterful teacher, a protector and is no longer an adversary.
When you choose to support something. You are aligning your beliefs, values with taking action. Action aligned with your beliefs and values results in integrity. Integrity courageously claims “this is who I am!
May you live in interesting times. Well here we are, a post about levels of prepping.
But at some point, they had to surrender and let go. What they found was that the letting go gave them the space to discover something new.
The revelation of Yoda, is not being Yoda, but becoming and being your own Yoda… master of your Self.
The new school foundation or premise is that we are born with or come in with potential, that we have inherent propensities (potential) that involve talents, skills and knowledge. Remember the “Acorn Theory.”
Getting Schooled: Elementary and high school experience started with the kindergarten teacher being my mom. School was about playing, socializing and having fun. High school was about cat and mouse games of staying out of trouble and being terribly bored. My junior year was skipping 2 days a week, showing up for test and otherwiseContinue reading “Education Part 1 of 3”