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Things fall apart... loosing my husband

I haven’t posted in a while… mainly because this is a hard post to write.

March 5th I got a call that no one wants to receive… A hospital in the neighboring city had my husband and according the doctor he was critical and I needed to come right away, she wouldn’t give me any other information. 744 more words

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It's Okay to Take Time When You Are Grieving

Action Tip: ¬†Sometimes when you are grieving, it takes time to make financial decisions. That’s okay.

Live below your means so you can live your dreams.

Action Tips

Useful Coping Strategies

Before I became a teacher, I spent  4 years training to be a counsellor. My core model was Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, the model most commonly used by the NHS today. 1,046 more words

Which gateway behavior suffers the most with grief?

Which gateway behavior characterization (performance, approval, blame or shame) will be the most susceptible to grief? I imagine that it would be blame or shame. What do you think and what examples do you have? 257 more words

Gateway Behavior

NP Twenty

No witty preamble, today. Just burning eyes, a pimpled lip, and a jacket that smells like camping. I’ve somehow managed to get an alcohol-free Christmas hangover three whole days before Christmas. 616 more words

Writing

The Ups And Downs.

Today is a bit of a down for me.

My aunt was oddly short with me today and last night we had lots of fun. 352 more words

Me.

Holiday Sanity and Sadness

These past few weeks have been a whirlwind of activity – celebrating Thanksgiving, getting ready for Christmas, closing out 2014.

Yoga, meditation, and Reiki have been at the top of my priority list during my free time. 153 more words

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