Halloween Quizes

Your Monster Profile

Insane Cannibal

You Feast On: Fried Twinkies

You Lurk Around In: Closets

You Especially Like to Torment: Hairdressers

You Aren’t Scary, You’re Scared

Probably even scared to see how this quiz came out!

Your Unique Costume is a Chicken with its Head Cut Off

An excuse to run around like you’re crazy 🙂

Your Halloween Costume Should Be


You Are

A Franken Pumpkin Face

You would make a good deformed pumpkin.

Halloween Horoscope for Sagittarius

Halloween is your time to be flirtatious, sexy, and hot hot hot!
You love to tempt people into evil, even if it’s just for one night.

Costume suggestions: A sexy devil or a dark fairy

Signature Halloween candy: Anything spiked with booze


Four areas of treatment in Eating Disorders

This is the approach my therapy group takes:

  1. Behavior (CBT)
    This must come first. You can’t work on your thoughts or anything else if you are starving.

  2. Cognitions (CBT)
    Tools and skills for dealing with distortions, negative thinking, disordered thinking.

  3. Emotional Regulation Skills (DBT)
    An example that I’m working on: I’m under lots of stress at work, the stress is released, I binge. Triggers fall into this category.

  4. Interpersonal Effectiveness Skill (IPT)
    Assertiveness, boundaries, etc.

Food Logs

I know you’ll be disappointed, but my ED homework for this week is to do a handwritten food log on a piece of notebook paper. I can’t even use my food log form!

So much for the titilating reporting on what I eat.

Maybe you are wondering why I can’t use the computer or one of my forms; maybe you aren’t. I shall tell you anyway.

It’s an attempt to limit my perfectionism. I stop myself from completing my foodlogs if they can’t be perfect. I used to fill them out at CalorieKing.com, and I’d agonize over an item if it wasn’t in the database and I didn’t have the nutritional information. Then I made up my foodlog form, but if I didn’t have the information for all the columns, I didn’t fill it out. So this foodlog is not supposed to have any precise accurate information in it; it’s not supposed to be perfect.

I know I can do that, perfectly. 😉


pixilated (PIK-suh-layt-id) adjective

1. Mentally unbalanced; eccentric.

2. Whimsical.

[From pixie, a mischievous fairylike creature.]

From A Word a Day

That’s not what I thought it meant.

Ah, here’s the source of confusion. I can’t spell.

From Dictionary.com
Main Entry: pixelated
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: pertaining to a printed image which has been digitized; visible as a pattern of pixels; also written pixellated
Definition2: bewildered, confused; slightly insane; also called pixilated

Webster’s New Millennium™ Dictionary of English, Preview Edition (v 0.9.6)
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