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name: Gregg
age: 59 years old
hometown: [unknown], WA, USA
marital status: Married
sexual orientation: Straight
smoker: Non smoker
drinking habit: I do not drink
socially: I'm the life of the party
hobbies:skating photography most sports
favorite bands:Peter frampton, ZZ Top, Muddy Waters, Little Feat
favorite movies:Gospel of John,UP, Nature Documentaries
favorite TV shows:none
favorite books:Bible, non-fiction
ethnicity: Caucasian (white)
body type: Athletic / Fit
self-rated hotness: 4 - Neither good or bad
religion: Christian
humor: Dry / sarcastic
lovestyle: Romantic
children: Proud parent
education: College graduate
living: With partner
employment: Full-time
  :: triple ggg is a member since 02/09/2007 --- this profile has been viewed 56,013 times
Ask and you will know.
living in a bipolar world: In a nutshell, it sucks. Trust is a major issue. You believe in your mind everyone has a motive. Friendships get strained. Relationships are hard to maintain. You feel like your world will crash at any moment.
Choose Character:
In this fast paced world that we live in, we race around trying to accomplish as much as we possibly can. Multi-tasking is the phrase tossed around loosely. If you don't multi-task, your wasting time, which studies have proven false.

I believe that a person needs to be a soul of high character. Choose kindness instead of being right. It's okay to wronged occasionally. Practice kindness, give it out generously and you will receive back in the same manner. Be a forgiving person. Forgiveness is a sign of strength. Forgiveness does not mean you forget that the wrong ever happened, you move on and don't hold the past against a person.

A person who has great character does not live in exce...
Me in good shape: Thats what lots of skating will do for you!
Me when I was 18: hard to beleive its 30 years ago...
Depressed? Be a friend, make a difference: What do most depressed individuals need? A friend. A friend who won't be judgmental A friend who is patient. If your friend said I have MS or diabetes or some other disease, how do your react? Without a doubt you would react with concern and sympathy.

Now that same friend says I have a mental condition. Too many react negatively to a friends "mental condition, which adds more firepower to the stigma surrounding mental illness.

You can help change this stigma my being a true friend. Someone who has been diagnosed needs compassion, trust, emotional strength and acceptance. Do some homework. Look up information on their particular disease. One word of caution don't patronize your friend. ...
Take Action - Mental Illness Facts & Myths: Common Myths about Mental Illness

Myth: If I have a mental health problem I should be able to take care of it myself.

Reality: Some mental health problems, such as mild depression or anxiety, can be relieved with support, self-help, and proper care. However, if problems or symptoms persist, a person should consult with their primary doctor or a qualified mental health professional.

Myth: If I have a mental illness, it is a sign of weakness- it's my fault.

Reality: Mental illness is not anyone's fault, anymore than heart disease or diabetes is a person's fault. According to the Surgeon General's report: "Mental disorders are health conditions that are characterized by alterations...
A Depression Recovery Lifestyle: Depression can make you feel powerless. But there are many things you can do for yourself to improve your mood, help your recovery, and stay healthy.

Don't be a passive patient. You don't have to leave your treatment entirely in the hands of your health care providers. Depression robs you of a feeling of control. Taking responsibility for your own health can give that feeling back.

Here are some things you can do.

Exercise. Many studies have established that regular physical activity can help you feel better when you are recovering from depression. The type of physical activity really doesn't matter. Just choose something that you enjoy. Start slowly, perhaps with walks around the n...
1-800-SUICIDE: (Bilingual) National suicide prevention line that routes callers to a local or regional suicide crisis hotline.
Voice: 1-800-784-2433
Verified: 10/27/2006

The above information was "verified" as correct on the date at the end of each entry. Since American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse's database is extensive but staffing is limited and information for these organizations can change, it is not possible to keep every entry in American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse database completely current and accurate. Please check with the organizations listed for the most current information.

For additional information on self-help groups, please visit the American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse ...
Depression a Big Factor in Poor Health: World Health Organization Finds Depression Often Goes Untreated
By Salynn Boyles
WebMD Medical News
Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD
Sept. 6, 2007 -- Depression has a greater impact on overall health than arthritis, diabetes, angina, and asthma, but it all too often goes unrecognized and untreated, a report from the World Health Organization (WHO) suggests.

Based on interviews with almost 250,000 people living in 60 countries, WHO researchers found depression to be a greater predictor of poor health in patients with these chronic conditions than having one or more chronic medical conditions without depression.

People who had arthritis, diabetes, angina, or asthma were more likely to s...
Forgiveness: I believe that forgiveness is one of the most needed of all actions that a person can experience. You have the power to forgive. One of the most empowering events of my life is when I forgave the two perpetrators in my life sexually abused my sister and I.

Forgiveness did not happen overnight toward these two individuals.
I hated them for most of my adult life. After some deep soul searching I decided that my hate was becoming more powerful than any other emotion I ever felt. I looked deep inside and decided that I needed to move on. I knew I would never get the apology that I deserved. So instead of waiting, I acted.

One of my perpetrators had died. But one was still alive. I wrote...
[last edited on Fri Sep 28, 2007 @ 02:59 AM]
I agree with Dee. You don't have to leave the site. Heck, check in once a year if you can but don't leave. You have helped many people. I've had emails from a few after I posted my Blog about you leaving. They all say that your strength, faith, and dignity gave them solace in their own troublesome times. We'll still be here waiting.
:: posted by Revenant the Sequel on Wed Sep 26, 2007 @ 09:20 PM     
Just a quick note... I really am very impressed with your commitments and belief in your causes. Your blogs are well written and speak highly of your comfort with the written word. I'll think of you as an example whenever I blog. I'm proud to call you my friend.
:: posted by Revenant the Sequel on Wed Sep 19, 2007 @ 01:20 AM     
I am touched by your genuine faith and kindness. The world could use more people like you. Thank you for visiting my blog last week. I think I should give up writing and let you do it.
:: posted by Revenant the Sequel on Tue Sep 18, 2007 @ 08:31 PM     
Hello Gregg,
Thank you for finding me and for the request as well as the positive message you are sharing here.

San Diego Music Awards 2007 "Best Blues" Nominee
www.sdmusicawards.com (to Vote until Sept 5)
:: posted by queenofsteam on Tue Aug 21, 2007 @ 02:00 AM     

Thank you sooo much for your kind words and sharing that qoute which is all too true. It's nice to know someone out there actually cares and I suppose in time I will pick myself up and find a way to put my life back together without bitterness.

:: posted by wendydarling on Sat Aug 18, 2007 @ 01:47 PM     
Hello I want to thank you for adding my songs, Zip and He's not Mr. Right to your playlist. I enjoyed your site it is very interesting.
Thanks again and have a great day!
Myra LeBlanc
:: posted by myralb on Wed Aug 15, 2007 @ 02:18 PM     
Hi Gregg,
Came by to say hello, and I want to say that your page is so uplifting! How are you doing? I hope all is well with you. I did look at the Chemo Angels web page....such a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing this and for your friendship.
Big hug from Texas,
:: posted by honeybunny123 on Mon Jul 30, 2007 @ 06:03 PM     
[last edited on Wed Jul 18, 2007 @ 08:51 PM]
Hey Gregg,
Thanks for adding "Think I'm Crazy" to your station. I really appreciate it. It's an honor to be among these great musicians. Hope the rest of your week is great.

Is the lighthouse photograph one that you took? It's an awesome photo.

Thanks again
:: posted by bill68 on Wed Jul 18, 2007 @ 08:48 PM     
Hello Gregg and thanks for adding me as a friend. I send prayers and good wishes for your heavy heart to get lighter each day. Take care and focus on happy things like the grandchildren smile :) By November I will have 4! And they all will call me MEME, no granny here hehe
:: posted by rhiannongrace on Tue Jul 17, 2007 @ 10:43 PM     
Hi Gregg,

thanks for the add!

Sorry to read about your friends. I also once lost a friend that way (suicide)...it still hurts.

All the best,
:: posted by AnnikaJayne on Sat Jul 14, 2007 @ 05:43 AM     
Hi Gregg,

Thanks so much for the add! :-) I love your frozen lighthouse photo.

:: posted by Kim Brunner on Fri Jul 13, 2007 @ 05:37 PM     
Hi Greg,
Thanks for adding me to your friends. I love your snow pic. Left you a comment under your blog, and I do understand how you feel. I wish you many brighter days ahead. Don't ever forget that you are loved.
Your new friend in Texas,
:: posted by honeybunny123 on Wed Jul 11, 2007 @ 06:28 PM     
Hi Gregg!

Just dropping by to say Thank You for adding "Waiting" to you staion... Take care!

Lexie smile :)
:: posted by AlexMGreen on Thu May 24, 2007 @ 01:05 PM     

Thanks for adding Departures to your station!

Best wishes
:: posted by protos on Thu May 17, 2007 @ 04:23 PM     
Thanks for adding me to your friends.
:: posted by jeraldhenry on Tue May 1, 2007 @ 09:46 AM     

Thanks for adding my song "At my place' to your station, appreciate that!!

Stay in touch!

:: posted by Shannah on Mon Apr 2, 2007 @ 04:53 PM     
Hi there,

Thanks for adding "Hunting" to your station. Company for 'A bit blue' perhaps?

Best wishes
Rory, Caroline, Steve, Nigel
:: posted by protos on Tue Mar 20, 2007 @ 05:43 AM     
Hi Gregg,
Thanks a lot for adding What Is Wrong to your station!
I'm honored.
:: posted by slydersong on Tue Mar 20, 2007 @ 02:59 AM     
Awesome Snow pic! Thanks for spinning Super Size Our Love
:: posted by kwedvik on Mon Mar 19, 2007 @ 12:06 PM     
If you like folk music and some rare music visit Gene Clark of the Byrds fame. http://geneclark.com/
my favorite songs from this site are: Straight from the heart, Sleep will return and My Marie.
I can't play an instrument very good. But I can write lyrics. This site was of real inspiration to get back to writing
:: posted by triple ggg on Mon Mar 12, 2007 @ 08:26 PM     
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