About Me

October 19, 2017, UPDATE:

I’m a Certified Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist who became symptomatic with a
dissociative disorder in 2010.

When I started this blog in late 2013, it was to advocate for myself and other people
with trauma related mental health problems.

I wrote in my first profile statement that as I evolved the blog would evolve and over time, I
learned about photography, digital art and I rediscovered my writing.

I call the blog Art by Rob Goldstein but I can just as easily call it life by Rob Goldstein.

This is my life as I live it, evolve, process its history, and prepare for an uncertain future.

My life is my work and my work is my art.

Art by Rob Goldstein is an expression of my emotional and intellectual evolution and an
ongoing journal of my psychotherapy.

I’m blunt, passionate in my beliefs, and willing to state my mind.

If an honest exchange of ideas is what you want you’ve found the right place.

If you follow me, thank you for following Art by Rob Goldstein.

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488 thoughts on “About Me

  1. When I received comments back from beta readers about my memoir, they all stated it was a “brutally honest” account. so it looks like we at least have that in common. Looking forward to reading more about your life and art journey.

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  2. Gary I want to thank you for sending the picture that was a part of A Time To Tell. It was one of those stories that will stay with me the rest of my life, which could be sooner than later. Isn’t it always? I sat there reading your comments about life and i read clear back to a Christmas post and told myself I had to stop. In my estimation, you are a very special person, as you appreciate the beauty that surrounds you and as you live in harmony with the Creator Your writings are very uplifting. Please accept my thanks.

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