After turning his back on his church (or did they turn their back on him?) The Ceej needed to find out where he fit with God. But, what if he and God didn’t get along at all? ©2012 The Ceej.
Having seen the mental health system for what it was, The Ceej turned his back on it. But, with his life still in ruins, was he going to be too impressionable to stay out of manipulative systems altogether? ©2012 The Ceej
People have accused The Ceej of being sick because he doesn’t like Christmas. But, is he the one who’s sick?
An insane fan accuses The Ceej of saying stuff he never said. And The Ceej handles it just the way you would expect. By ridiculing him.
Faced with his own church threatening to commit him, what was The Ceej to do? Accept defeat? Not without a fight! ©2011 The Ceej
The official interpretation of the film is perpetuated by a lie of Ron Howard’s. I have storyline supported evidence that John Nash wasn’t sick.
Clearly Ceej didn’t die in his suicide attempt because, if he did, he wouldn’t be writing this. So, what happened next? ©2011 The Ceej. All rights reserved.
After getting out of the hospital, Ceej’s life was supposed to start over. It was supposed to get better. But, something about that mental health past just kept haunting him. ©2011 The Ceej.
With the story on hiatus again, The Ceej finds it difficult to pick up where he left off. But, the story deserves an end, and this chapter is ©2011 The Ceej. All rights reserved.