Female artists in their studios
1. Helen Frankenthaler
2. Louise Bourgeois
3. Alice Neel
4. Joan Mitchell
5. Frida Kahlo
6. Georgia O’Keeffe
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A woman surveys a treacherous mountain pass in the Pyrenees of France, 1956 - Photograph by Justin Locke, National Geographic
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My BPD is super intense today and I’ve had 0 professional guidance on how to calm it.
Any control is good control when you’re utterly unstable. I tried to overdose on Monday to no avail, bloods and ecgs and 6 hours headbutting the wall in the CDU waiting room until the psych liaison arrived. It hasn’t expedited my referrals on at all, and everything is exactly the same as before. Except now work know I’m crackers. And the employee therapy they offer is basic so bugger all use to me.
Currently considering meditation, if I can commit. I’ve never made it past the 5th session before. That or I’m joining a cult.
"The only thing “free” about so-called free time is that it doesn’t cost the boss anything. Free time is mostly devoted to getting ready for work, going to work, returning from work, and recovering from work. Free time is a euphemism for the peculiar way labor, as a factor of production, not only transports itself at its own expense to and from the workplace, but assumes primary responsibility for its own maintenance and repair."