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OCD Awareness Week – Add to Your Lists

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) To Do list:
This is the first of 3 Mental Health Humor Cartoons ever drawn by me Chato Stewart.  One thing I admire about my peers with OCD: they always get things done! Not like us "bipolars" who start a million projects and never finish one of them.  Mind-you that is all stereotypical thinking... I'm sure a few people living with OCD have lists unchecked and a few people living with bipolar disorder have finished a thing or two.

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InkBlot Test 004, What Do You See?: Mental Games [Video]

OMG did you guys blow the top off the Inkblot test comments last week! I was hoping we would get 20, but you guys just let the floodgates open... 86 Comments + 7 from Facebook and 4 re-tweets!!!  THANK YOU!!

This week's goal is to do 50 or more comments and have 25 Tweets.  Every one that re-Tweets this post will be entered to win a special Monthly PRIZE...So, hit that blue button at the end of this post...That is after you comment... :)

Make sure you check out Ink Blot #1 & InkBlot #2 & Ink Blot #3 after you comment below.

Since you gave more of yourselves this last week, I'm going to select 3 winners for today's giveaway.  I will give 3 away every week we have more then 50 comments on a new
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InkBlot Test 003 What Do You See? : Mental Games [Video]

Here is our third InkBlot Test for our Mental Games category.  Make sure you check out Ink Blot #1 & InkBlot #2 after you comment below.  Last week, we had 19 comments! Let's see if we can beat that this week!

I want to CONGRATULATE DLS for winning our weekly giveaway...
Comment: "I see teddy bears"
The winner is picked at random and contacted via e-mail.  If the winner does not reply to my e-mail before the next InkBlot test is posted, then every one who commented on that week's post will be automatically entered in the next contest. (So, make sure you comment and add your correct e-mail address. One entry per person per post.)
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5 Labor Day Weekend Tips To Avoid the Psychiatric Ward


Caption:
Summer + Mania + Alcohol = A Dangerous Mix

5 Labor Day Weekend Tips To Avoid the Psychiatric Ward:

PLAN AHEAD - If you're going to visit family, then make sure you check your vehicle for travel. Check windshield wipers, fluids, radiator and cooling system.  Also, map out your route.  Know your way both in the daylight and at night.  (Places look different at night so, know your exits!)
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Tipsy Tuesday Ink Blot 002 Test Mental Games [Video]

TIME for the "Tipsy Tuesday Ink Blot Test Mental Games"!! Ink Blot #1 got some great answers!!  Also, everyone that left a comment is entered in my contest to win some cheap... I mean cool prizes!!  Hint, Hint, each time you leave a comment you will be entered too! (One entry per person per post.)

Last week a number of people saw:  Stingray, wolf, ant, horseshoe crab, and "little girl trapped inside… the middle" of the inkblot.

HERE IS my style of Rorschach INK BLOTS - Watch my video to see how I made the Ink Blots, then comment on them!!
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4 UR Mental Health and Mind Toons

I know a few in this gallery I've posted before but I could not figure out how to remove them from the list of mental health Psychology Cartoons so I just left them...

Have a good weekend, unless you come back and I've posted something new, then I should say welcome back. Make sure you don't miss any of the cartoons, join my list of cool people ( I'm cool let me in)
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4 UR Mental Health: Life Of Chato [cartoons]



Over the years, I've made myself the subject of a lot of my mental health humor comic cartoons. Sometimes indirectly, by drawing situations or  subject matter/s I found funny!! Other times, directly... I just drew it about me.  In this gallery, you will see how I "see" myself as a cartoon.

The first cartoon is how I remember myself in school...trust me; it's no exaggeration!! I was a bit hard to handle...putting it mildly by using proper English!!  The rest of the cartoons are pretty much self-explanatory.

I hope you're getting to know me better through my toons!!  (When we read an author's book or look at an artist's exhibit...don't we learn "something" about the person behind the work?! )  Hope You Enjoy what you see and learn!! What do you reveal about yourself creatively? (either indirectly or directly?) What motivates you to find creative outlets? We all need "positive" coping skills to deal with many daily stresses, huh?!
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Route 66 Tips for Proper English – Ain’t Dis Da Truth!

I received this e-mail the other day with some funny tips on Proper English and writing from a good friend!  I'm sure it has been passed around a lot, since it was fowarded to me and another 50 email addresses... Yes, he is one of those friends that just forwards stuff he likes.  Never saying hello or ever writing why he is sending it.  Well, other than writing in the Subject line, "you gut to see this"... OR " this is really funny."  When reading it, I got a bit of a chuckle because I'm sure my writing resembles a lot of it.

I thought I would do a little research on this list to see if I could find out where it originated. After a number of different searches, I found 3 sites. One attributed the list to William Safire's Fumble rules.   "William Safire compiled these quotes in his October 7 and November 4, 1979 "On Language" columns in The New York Times."

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4 UR Mental Health [3 Cartoons] Anxiety

Time to give you a little break 4 UR mental health! Often, we may feel anxiety and dread dealing with our daily challenges.  I know sometimes "I can't seem to shake this feeling of dread!" You know what?  Deep down a part of me believes my intuition is right!

I guess it's part of dealing with Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
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