Friday, May 30, 2014

I am schizophrenic

"Many people make mention of people that has had mental illness and went on to being criminals such as the criminally insane".

Many people have mentioned that criminals are not born into this world but made from environmental factors or because, or hetero stasis or lack of corrections.

However let me clarify the onset for mental illness it was for some comes from capital punishment a corporal punishments associated with job title and professions and had high demand perfect for perfections.( example military a legislator, teachers, political leaders, law enforcement officers high stress jobs)

This is not a story about the above

Sadly this story is about a child onset of schizophrenia and about her struggles with the above and she Is one that advocates for the same. Although She may never mature into the profession she aims to accomplish because there's nothing that makes mentally ill an easy path in life.  
         number #1 " The Threat"
(Clearly thinking is the object and goals)

It would be easier to Cast away person  like a handkerchief badly used , it might would be easier to Cast her away for the lack of her understanding,
But when you follow on these pages you'll get a grip and an understanding perhaps your not too old to make a change yourself by your own designs  and understanding love comes and opens his door to help one for one and all .
In these few pages a tangled web of mass confusion. 
#1 threat
Remembering the first threat that I clearly imagined about being a runaway child loosing cops and aliases, about hiding from cops. 
This argument was not heard with an audible ear,or even a comprehensive one.
For the lack of understanding and the severity of its charms and curses, The mind reveals itself at times and it accosted with consequences for actions.
Even when intelligent questions seem to be not so. Till all the same is seem to be the worst enemy. Blurting out subliminal swayed by the over Berrince of authority figures. The magic word "no"  never heard because it's alright here in the mind, of which you cannot put asunder because it is "won"with the mind many times before. 
Which draws me to my conclusion
No two minds think alike. 
And greatful at some point I was reachable, and eye to eye enough knowledge to bring about this understanding....

That "I am schizophrenic" and nothing can change who I am.

Locked into this world I may never be free of my desease . 

I must learn to live by all it's consequence, episodes, and treatments humane or not .

Kindness? It matters greatly! As well humane compassion, trust, and social acceptance. 

It's the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.

The threat invented the body mind and warns people not to change your names.
Such as gang members might do.
And not hide yourself among the bushes Or play games with your identity. No one knows your name and you the state are you wind up being accosted harmed unnamed you can suffer at the hands of unknown and you could die a jane or John Doe. And fake identities mean and unsolve crimes. Perhaps if you're running from something that something might catch up with you later in life you may have an identity crisis or develop Alzheimer's good advice but somethings kind of quirky about it when it comes to criminal records being imprisoned or worse, identity theft. Did you ever think that someone might want to lose her identity because it's so horrible just being you?
Terrorism is in the homeplace terrorism is out on the street terrorism is on your TV terrorism is everywhere and we are at the center of a war something seized these desist just the good advice seems to pull and continue to pull us through and would you take this advice? 
   If you ask me you got to be pretty dumb if you did not take this advice to try to steal someone's ID going to hide your own in a day and time like this I think so....

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Advice and vice go hand in hand

Lordie have mercy....

Not everyone mentally I'll is the "son of Sam"


Blame it on improper profiling and diagnosis.


It's stories like these that exploit and extortions otherwise harmless people seeking help for gun laws mental health and people want to get off of drugs. Could not this story been written more concise??


"I would like you to reword the letter

But too late, you just bit the bullet so to speak,, ......"


California rampage shows gaps in mental health law

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elliot Rodger's murderous rampage near Santa Barbara has tragically exposed the limitations of involuntary-commitment laws that allow authorities to temporarily confine people who are deemed a danger to themselves or others.

Three weeks before he stabbed and shot six people to death and then apparently took his own life, the 22-year-old sometime college student was questioned by sheriff's deputies outside his apartment and was able to convince them he was calm, courteous and no threat to anyone. The officers had been sent by local health officials after Rodger's family expressed concern about him.

"He just didn't meet the criteria for any further intervention," Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said on CBS' "Face the Nation" on Sunday. "He was able to make a very convincing story that there was no problem, that he wasn't going to hurt himself or anyone else."

Like many other states, California has a law intended to identify and confine dangerously unstable people before they can do harm. It allows authorities to hold people in a mental hospital for up to 72 hours for observation.

To trigger it, there must be evidence a person is suicidal, intent on hurting others or so "gravely disabled" as to be unable to care for himself.

Police and medical personnel make tens of thousands of such welfare checks in California annually. In the year that ended June 2012, nearly 126,000 people were placed on temporary mental health holds in California.

In Rodger's case, it's not clear whether the law was too porous, if deputies were inadequately trained or if they simply weren't provided enough information to ferret out how deeply troubled Rodger had become.

For example, Rodger's mother knew at the time of the April 30 visit that her son had been posting bizarre videos on YouTube, yet police have said they were unaware of any such footage until after the rampage last Friday.

Rodger had also been in therapy for years, and it's not known what, if anything, authorities knew about his psychiatric care.

Ideally, officers making welfare checks should gather as much evidence as possible beforehand, including family statements and videos, said Risdon Slate, a professor of criminology at Florida Southern College who has trained law enforcement personnel to recognize the signs of mental illness.

But even if the deputies are well-trained, "a person with mental illness may be able to hold it together long enough" to avoid appearing suspicious, Slate said.

Rick Wall, a retired Los Angeles police captain who created the agency's procedures for responding to people with mental problems, said many tend to have some "leakage" in their behavior that can be a tipoff to what they are planning to do.

"In this case the leakage was like a sieve, there was so much stuff out there," Wall said. "People were hearing this, but no one was connecting the dots. No one was forwarding the information to where it could have been put together."

Law enforcement authorities dealing with such cases must also strike a balance between public safety and individual liberty and privacy.

In his written materials that surfaced after the shootings, Rodger said his weapons were stashed steps away inside his apartment, along with his blueprint to "exact revenge on my enemies."

But his room was never searched on the day deputies visited. His parents have said they were unaware he owned guns, and police would have been unable to search his apartment unless they obtained a warrant or believed there was an imminent threat.

California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg suggested Tuesday that authorities should be required to determine if a person being assessed has bought guns, and additional steps could include talking to roommates, neighbors and relatives.

Still, it's not clear whether involuntarily committing Rodger would have averted the bloodshed. In many cases, people must be set free after the 72 hours are up.

"That's the debate. That's the issue: liberty versus forced treatment," said Tony Beliz, a retired deputy director of the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.

"After Columbine, after Sandy Hook, after things like this, the usual arguments come up. On the gun side, it's take all the guns away — the extremists say — or give everybody a gun," Beliz said.

It's the "same thing with the mental illness side — it's 'Make the laws tougher, hospitalize everybody, throw away the key.' That's great until it's your kid."

Rodger's parents issued a statement Thursday through family friend Simon Astaire, saying they were "crying out in pain" for the victims and their families.

"The feeling of knowing that it was our son's actions that caused this tragedy can only be described as hell on earth," the statement said. "It is now our responsibility to do everything we can to help avoid this happening to any other family — not only to avoid any more innocence destroyed, but also to identify and deal with the mental issues that drove our son to do what he did."

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Tami Abdollah can be reached at http://www.twitter.com/latams

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Associated Press writers Alicia Chang in Los Angeles and Don Thompson in Sacramento contributed to this report.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Problem-solving written by Tannie Gwin

Strict stress factors broad-spectrum accusations made by peers are family members, regarding smoking and false positives."Stop smoking".

"Does not define"what is being smoked with spectrums being so broad and given the many consumable illegal smoking products Street drugs and their popularity on the street or in the family dwelling unit is detrimental to conversation whether speaking about cigarettes and/or the controversial subjects on marijuana and it's legalization in other states. 
Should be omitted, from court dockets until The subject can be defined more clearly. 
To reply to "stop smoking" is likely to incriminate the legal consumption and consumers of legal cigarettes.
(#1 example: Marlboro Company)
Or its customers are any other tobacco Company.mentioned by example #1 And would be a violation of the Fifth Amendment, on dockets or otherwise leave room for mistakes and or miscarriages of justice. More rightly being so to a non-consumer of anything other than legal cigarette tobacco products mentioned in example one. 
(#2 example:The lawsuits taken in record substantiating cancer research and cigarette smoking as being a primary factor to the overwhelming development on the causes of cancer.) bullshit!
(#3 example : Colorado civil liberty rights to increase is legalities regarding marijuana and it's medicinal properties and sales. 
(#4 example: The death toll related to suicide rates among those who consume marijuana and the mentally ill smokers or non-smokers alike when brought to court and charged something that was not accurate or was a false positive which perjured the courts into mistrial and into the legalization of marijuana. )

     One thing that is very clear that this statement is too dangerous for its own good. 
This statement "stop smoking", will jeopardize every mental health occupation and it's doctors along with his clientele.
And in the future will refer to this statement "stop smoking", as "false positives", when referencing cigarette smoking. And the cause of cancer, and marijuana medicinal properties as being a cure to cancer. As being false advertisement. 

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Coping stategies

Types of coping strategiesEdit

Hundreds of coping strategies have been identified.[6] Classification of these strategies into a broader architecture has not yet been agreed upon. Common distinctions are often made between various contrasting strategies, for example: problem-focused versus emotion-focused; engagement versus disengagement; cognitive versus behavioral. The psychology textbook by Weiten identifies three broad types of coping strategies:[1]

  • appraisal-focused: Directed towards challenging one's own assumptions, adaptive cognitive
  • problem-focused: Directed towards reducing or eliminating a stressor, adaptive behavioral
  • emotion-focused: Directed towards changing one's own emotional reaction

Appraisal-focused strategies occur when the person modifies the way they think, for example: employing denial, or distancing oneself from the problem. People may alter the way they think about a problem by altering their goals and values, such as by seeing the humor in a situation: "some have suggested that humor may play a greater role as a stress moderator among women than men".[7]

People using problem-focused strategies try to deal with the cause of their problem. They do this by finding out information on the problem and learning new skills to manage the problem. Problem-focused coping is aimed at changing or eliminating the source of the stress. The three problem-focused coping strategies identified by Folkman and Lazarus are taking control, information seeking, and evaluating the pros and cons.

Emotion-focused strategies involve releasing pent-up emotions, distracting oneself, managing hostile feelings, meditating or using systematic relaxation procedures. Emotion-focused coping "is oriented toward managing the emotions that accompany the perception of stress".[8] The five emotion-focused coping strategies identified by Folkman and Lazarus[9] are disclaiming, escape-avoidance, accepting responsibility or blame, exercising self-control, and positive reappraisal. Emotion-focused coping is a mechanism to alleviate distress by minimizing, reducing, or preventing, the emotional components of a stressor.[10] This mechanism can be applied through a variety of ways, such as seeking social support, reappraising the stressor in a positive light, accepting responsibility, using avoidance, exercising self-control, and distancing.[11] [12] The focus of this coping mechanism is to change the meaning of the stressor or transfer attention away from it.[13]For example, reappraising tries to find a more positive meaning of the cause of the stress in order to reduce the emotional component of the stressor. Avoidance of the emotional distress will distract from the negative feelings associated with the stressor. Emotion-focused coping is well suited for stressors that seem uncontrollable (ex. a terminal illness diagnosis, or the loss of a loved one).[14] Some mechanisms of emotion focused coping, such as distancing or avoidance, can have alleviating outcomes for a short period of time, however they can be detrimental when used over an extended period. Positive emotion-focused mechanisms, such as seeking social support, and positive re-appraisal, are associated with beneficial outcomes.[15]

Five resources for transportation in Lufkin

Hughes taxicab 936-637-6388

Trinity transportation

The district demand in response 1-800-272-0039

Greyhound bus line 1-800-231-2222

Medicaid transportation 1-855-687-4786


What are the signs and symptom?

When your fighting the worst opponent

T he meanest dybbuk you've ever seen.

Watch out!! It's pretty convincing that he has a story to tell, has an objective to accomplish and he has a lot of right to do what his plans approve. 

Having nightmares about being skinned alive or medulla oblongata failure is a sure sign you've been attacked by the worlds worst however you'll be relieved to say it isn't so. 
But actuall this illness is called pseudo palsy. 

Nightmares come a dime a dozen in this world. 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

My god

I swear nobody can make it in Texas unless you two people. They won't give us directions and im from Texas .
Here in Lufkin! Moving too much . Save me please .

Monday, May 26, 2014

More versions than one in love

Elaborate affection love
Puppy love
Hug love
Platonic love
Motherly love
Hospitality love
Name it but love..... 
 L-o-V-e 
Loved 

How come no one knows how to love?
I want to be L-o-V-e ,  L-o-V-e ,
Loved 
Loved 

Not yesterday
Not tomorrow
Not unless
Beg steal barter,

Gotta find the parlors on love

I want to be to be  L-o-V-e 
Loved .....
 Chivalry ...just my luck. 
Another four letter word for love
Is f-u-c-k.


Ms Tannie Gwin dykema



"A serial killer is not born a serial killer

A serial killer Is made a serial killer, "
By homeo hetero social and environmental factors . 

If you are in this category respectively follow the golden rule explicitly, 

"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

Our government says It's an eye for an eye in Capitol punishment. 

Don't take the law into your own hands to be justified and reprove if which there is no reprieve.





Almost epidemic

Here in lufkin and Livingston with the problems socially with illegal street drugs
It kinda looks like between church and the Burke center it's becoming more controlled, not organized and that's good news.
God be with you all and blessings from above.
Friend or foe we all must follow gods laws, and the laws of the land.
With love.
MsT jog windy Kema 
I'm no expert on the subject but this is very clear to me.


Sunday, May 25, 2014

I love Scott your wife of 32 years

I love you

I love Scott dykema 
I love Scott dykema

2014

I had a concussion summer of 2013, pneumonia in January, arrested in February , moved out of my 13 year old home in the same month. 
Homeless by March, joined a mission in May , and got a home of my own in june. 



Snap out of it

Sometimes it's more difficult than you think! Stop doing so much for people who do so little for you .


You deserve so much more come on let's get it together and make something out of it. 
Move spirit!!
Move over us keep us safe from these things keep us safe from harm .

Medicare fraud

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A Baton Rouge woman and a Houston man are awaiting a September sentencing in federal court following their convictions on conspiracy and other charges in a $258 million Medicare fraud scheme.

The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/1kas4My) 53-year-old Roslyn Dogan and 49-year-old James R. Hunter were found guilty Wednesday after a six-day jury trial in U.S. District Court in Baton Rouge.

Dogan was convicted of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and two counts of health care fraud. Hunter was convicted of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and conspiracy to pay and receive health care kickbacks. Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson will sentence the pair Sept. 19.

Information from: The Advocate,http://theadvocate.com

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