Ask Me One Question and I Will Answer

United States
March 31, 2007 12:42pm CST
Just as an experiment, I would like to try the following: post a comment with any question that has a resolvable answer, such as: "Should I buy a new car or keep my ten year-old one?"; "My boss is impossible, should I look for a new job?"- and I will attempt to give a logic AND intuition-based answer. Just to clarify, note the following: 1. I am not a trained counselor or mental health professional, so the advice should be taken for what it's worth. 2. I am not psychic, but I do have a gift of intuition that allows me often to decide what the best path is for myself and others close to me. That's where the experiment comes in. I would like to see if I can be of help to others that I am not connected to. If you don't want others to see the question, then add me as a friend and send me the question by message and I will respond that way. I'm not trying to come off as a guru, I would like to be of service to others, and this is an attempt to do so. Question away!
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@debshie (392)
• Philippines
31 Mar 07
Are you really a writer as to what your username suggests?
• United States
31 Mar 07
Yes, I am now a full-time writer, writing for other web sites and working on finishing my first novel. You can read some of my work at http://www.helium.com/user/show/67570 , which has links to other writings I have on the web as well as the MySpace site where I keep some of my original music
@lalav1 (1056)
• United States
31 Mar 07
I have an anxiety disorder which is treated by medication. My problem is I chew on the left side of my tongue in my sleep. I have had a couple of surgeries on my tongue already. After that it was suggested I have the dentist make a mouth guard for me. This worked fairly well, until recently. I said I would never go through that surgery again, but you know the old saying 'never say never'. I'm going in for another biopsy soon and I am pretty sure they will have to do another surgery. I am willing right now, to make sure I don't have cancer. The surgery could very well affect my speech, in fact it already does, that and my anxiety. Amazingly the tongue grows back. If I can't speak at all, I can live with that. I just hope it's not cancer and that once they do the surgery, they find a way to keep me from continuing to bite my tongue. Do you feel any intuition about this?
• United States
31 Mar 07
The logical side of me leads me to think that you need a new mouth guard made more often so that it doesn't lose its shape. Cancer isn't the issue I would think, it's a cellulitis caused by the mechanical damage. If your tongue had time to heal, the surgery wold not be needed. The reason you bite the left side of your tongue has to do with the right side of your brain (controls left-side muscle movements). You are either denying some creative aspect or are tying up your energy in something that you intuitively know isn't good for you. Again, that's my intuition for what it's worth.
• Singapore
31 Mar 07
hi writerbob my question goes like this: i have the feeling i'm being bully in my work. A female colleague was promoted to assistant manager and it is plain for all to see the promotion was not justified. What is worst, after her promotion, she actually had less work & responsibilites than before (due to bias treatment from management), and most of the time, she's on the phone chit chatting! I feel very unbalance that my workload had increase, but is taking much lower salary than her. what should i do?
• United States
31 Mar 07
I have been in this situation multiple times. The political component of work is so powerful that many worthy people get passed over in favor of those who are better and harder workers. My advice to you is not to burn bridges, but to continue to do a great job while you look for another one. My intuition is that 6-9 months from now you will get a better-paying job, one that you are better suited for.