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panic at the disco.

In the past few years of therapy I have very much tried to tune into myself a bit more both during and between sessions. There really is only so long that one can ignore all the pent up crazy and expect to be a rational human being. 990 more words


Unforgiving Grief in a Normal World

I am 3 weeks away from the 2nd year anniversary, and I feel so lost. Grieving the loss of my son has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. 1,260 more words

Dealing With Loss

Why This Path?

My Darling,

I don’t really want us to be apart. In fact, I hate it and most days, I want to take it back. But that’s looking at the wall thinking, giving into the fear that we can’t recover from this if we go this route. 270 more words

The Grief Process

Spending the last 6 hours in a lecture on grief really made me think about grief; what it is, how it impacts people and how it has impacted me. 922 more words

Pinprick of Loss

the loss of you

punctured the night sky

like tiny pinpricks on a black canvas

covering the moon from view

allowing only the smallest rays… 20 more words



153 days. 22 weeks. 3,676 hours.

5 months.

Today, I was able to see our new Nephew Lucas’ ultrasound. Even though he was a stubborn, uncooperative, Canfield man (lol) A strange phenomenon happened. 346 more words

#young #widow #husband #death #hope #faith

The Year of Magical Thinking

I’ve been writing my grief book using my blog posts as fence posts from the first year after my husband died.  It’s tedious and emotional work, and not something I want to go back to, but I feel it is necessary to put it all together in a readable format to help other people who are going through the same experience.   454 more words