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For the Week of March 26, 2017: Friendships Lost and Found During Cancer

We all need friends.  Without them, our lives can seem empty and lonely, and there’s plenty of research that suggests that isolation and loneliness are often harbingers of emotional or physical illness.  1,054 more words

For the Week of March 26, 2017: Friendships Lost and Found During Cancer

We all need friends.  Without them, our lives can seem empty and lonely, and there’s plenty of research that suggests that isolation and loneliness are often harbingers of emotional or physical illness.  1,057 more words

Expressive Writing

ignite the mortal fires of my imagination; and burn my useless soul alive.. i am departing.

people who weren’t born more than a 100 times each day for annuals that last more than 365 days per second.people who’ve spoken with only one mindset, 119 more words

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Life Is Too Short


Life is way too short to not truly live, its way too short to keep grudges, way too short to live it the wrong way. It took one great loss for me to truly understand the saying ‘Life is too short’- NIÑAPERDIDO. 452 more words

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For the Week of March 19, 2017: Silencing Your Critical Selves

In first grade Mrs. Lohr

said my purple teepee

wasn’t realistic enough,

that purple was no color

for a tent,

that purple was a color… 914 more words

For the Week of March 19, 2017: Silencing Our Critical Selves

In first grade Mrs. Lohr

said my purple teepee

wasn’t realistic enough,

that purple was no color

for a tent,

that purple was a color… 914 more words

Expressive Writing

For the Week of March 12, 2017: The Different Colors of Life

We’ve been lucky here in San Diego.  After a deluge of winter rainstorms, the sun has finally become a regular presence in the days, so much so, that when I awakened to a foggy morning, the canyon shrouded in a fine mist, I felt my mood plummet—like it does, sometimes, when I eye the aging face (one that apparently belongs to me) in the mirror.  1,054 more words

Expressive Writing