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Wasn't Expecting This

It’s been months since I’ve sat down to write. Months since we got news that we never wanted to hear and that I responded to with a carefully choreographed dance of denial and humor. 685 more words

Fuel: E

The void opens its mouth impossibly wide, sucking me in though I try to resist. The familiar, unwelcome aching of loneliness, sorrow, and need takes up residence in the pit of my stomach. 141 more words

Introspection

You Birth It, You Break It, Part I

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Things We Learned NOT to do from Our Mother:

There are mothers that do their best, bless them, and then there are some mothers whose idea of doing their best is to continually fuck up. 1,290 more words

Mentalhealth

Chaotic nights

For many depression sufferers… depressionists? It comes in phases,or cycles sometimes it is weeks for others years, seasons, events as for me well I don’t really know. 608 more words

ENDING THE STIGMA IN GRIEF

There are so many painful stories associated with loss. None are more heartbreaking than those of so many people cut down in their prime through tragic and often hushed up circumstances. 209 more words

Facets And Grace

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ENDING THE STIGMA IN GRIEF

There are so many painful stories associated with loss. None are more heartbreaking than those of so many people cut down in their prime through tragic and often hushed up circumstances. 209 more words

Facets And Grace

Silence, Stillness

How much do you value silence?

In this fast paced and ever demanding world, rarely do people stop to take a real breather.

I think silence, stillness, is powerful. 262 more words