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Warning: potentially triggering content.

A single homicide has a dozen victims

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Discovered–

by the whore who lived upstairs,

‘usta stench, but nothin’
like this!’

your disordered flesh.

The cops thought  

you were Black

when they

found you,

no face,

 no fingerprints…

Tall order lady,

greasy spoon waitress:

what did we do–

to deserve this?

 

(c) Rob Goldstein, 1982 – 2015

 

Kavanaugh Confirmed

Avinu Malkeinu

Prayer of Repentance

Our father our king, hear our voice
Our father our king, we have sinned before you
Our father our king, Have compassion upon us
and upon our children

Our father our king
Bring an end to pestilence,
war, and famine around us
Our father our king, bring an end to all trouble
and oppression around us

Our father our king, Our father our king,
Inscribe us in the book of (good) life
Our father our king, renew upon us
Renew upon us a good year

Hear our voice
Hear our voice
Hear our voice

 

Rob Goldstein 2018
Distress Signal found on Twitter

The Construction Workers of San Francisco, 2018

A Labor Day Tribute

Construction workers doing road repairs in San Francisco
Sharing a joke

Here are a few of the people who build the towers and repair the roads.

A San Francisco Construction worker stands in the back of his truck.
Standing in the Truck
A construction working on the corner of Hayes and Fillmore
Hayes and Fillmore
A San Francisco construction worker directs traffic
Directing Traffic
Two construction workers building a roof
On the roof
a Construction working mounting a scaffold
Fillmore at Haight
Construction workers on a scaffold, one eats a candy bar
Break Time
Two San Francisco construction workers peer into a manhole
Looking into the hole
A San Francisco Construction worker on a site
In the Frame
Theree San Francisco Constrruction workers at Fillmore and Haight
Street repairs

 

A Panoramic view of the San Francisco skuline with a crane in the centger
The San Francisco Skyline, 2014

(c) Rob Goldstein 2018

The Construction Workers of 2016

Podcast: Rob Goldstein on BeyondYourPast.com

I’m honored to be a guest speaker on BeyondYourPast.com.

The Beyond Your Past Podcast is hosted by Certified Life Coach, NLP Practitioner, and Mental Health Advocate, Matthew Pappas. He is also the founder of SurvivingMyPast.net, a blog in support of all who have survived the Trauma of Abuse.

Matthew Pappas writes: ‘My guest on this episode of the Beyond Your Past Podcast is Photographer, Digital Artist, Blogger, and Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist, Rob Goldstein. He is also a former guest blogger on Surviving My Past, where he shared some of his story in a post titled, “Life with DID: When Everything is a Trigger“. That post has been incredibly helpful and validating for so many who live with dissociative identity disorder, or those who have a loved one who lives with DID.

In the Podcast Rob Goldstein shares more of the story of how things finally started to make sense when he began receiving the help he needed.”

A digital sketch of a male profile in green and black
Self Portrait in Green

Podcast – Ep. 84 – Rob Goldstein, No longer sick with DID, I am well with DID.

 

(c) Rob Goldstein 2018