Here and then gone. Just. Like. That. Life is precious and tomorrow isn’t promised. When it’s all said and done; it’s not going to matter how many “friends” or followers you have, how much money you made, or any of the things that society deems so important. The most important thing in this life isContinue reading “Just. Like. That.”
Living the Second Act has published one of my recent posts! Click below to check it out as well as some of their other really great articles. Mental Health Article
When life brings disappointment…
I no longer wanted to hear anything that reminded me of him.
It hurt too much.
I posted this on my Facebook page and it’s had over 40k shares with 10k+ comments and 6 million reached so I wanted to share it with you as well. via First 4 Words You See? — Dr. Eric Perry, PhD
People who have suffered through the trauma that comes with loss are forever changed. Once they begin the journey towards moving forward, they find themselves tirelessly working towards getting back to who they used to be. The real struggle is that they are fighting an uphill battle, in that, they don’t realize that it’s justContinue reading “Forever Changed”
I missed you so much today. I’ll miss you tomorrow too. Not a single day goes by that I don’t think of you. How does a heart broken continue to beat? How can it possibly go on when there are pieces forever missing because you are gone? Some say, “you need to get past it.”Continue reading “Memories Have To Do”
The older I get, the more wisdom I gain, and as my relationship with the Lord continues to evolve and grow, things just become much more simplified. I don’t worry about the things that I used to. Things that used to get me upset/worked up, things that used to hurt my feelings, etc. just don’tContinue reading “I Have Learned”
People are often afraid to bring up our loved ones. They, with the best of intentions, don’t want to say something that might bring hurt or pain. Let me help you. There isn’t anything that can hurt me worse or cause more pain than I’ve already experienced. That being said, please know that the silenceContinue reading “Break the Silence”
Why are people scared of grief?