Music — Psychopaths, Crying, Screaming, and Healing

Sometimes  you need music to help you heal.  Sometimes you need music to help you makes sense of the senseless.  Sometimes you need music to release the heartache and anger.  Sometimes you just need music, full stop.  Here are a few songs that have helped me.  If you have others, please share in the comments.

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  All views are an expression of my opinion only.

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4 Responses to Music — Psychopaths, Crying, Screaming, and Healing

  1. jamilouise says:

    I think you broke into my play list 🙂 you are very right!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. DogDharma says:

    That’s it exactly — when we can’t relate, we become like them. ❤

    Like

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