Life has been quite the battle mentally for myself since the death of my Mother. Her absence is felt daily and, even though our relationship was tumultuous at the best of times, she was still the wind beneath my wings. … Continue reading Does Everyone Have an Expiration Date?
My Mother passed on June 10th at Ingersoll Hospital. She was looking above my daughter’s eyes. It was a very sad moment but, a beautiful one all the same. My Mom was my daughter’s best friend and mine too. Over … Continue reading Just like my Mom
After so much loss the past year, I’ve really dug deep into self therapy to discover my life’s purpose. One thing I have done is that I watched and listened to several “after divorce” movies and books. I was really … Continue reading I’m not Sorry That I Write. Writing is my Soul
Something has been going on inside my head. The feeling of grief, anger, frustration, and sadness is very overwhelming to my head and heart. I tend to refer to the Internet when I can’t describe my feelings clearly, because I … Continue reading Disenfranchised Loss and Grief
It’s been one of a hell of a ride since 2018. I have been listening to Valerie Bertinelli’s book Enough Already – The Twenty One Gram Diet, and I’ve done a lot of thinking about the past four years. I … Continue reading My Mother; My World
If Setting Boundaries Burns Bridges, Let Them Burn. Unfortunately, I’ve learned a lot of things later in life. Prior to four years ago, I had zero boundaries. I was the official “Yes” girl. I would do anything anyone asked. I … Continue reading Tips On Setting Boundaries For Your Well Being