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Fighter

Yesterday I was diagnosed with PTSD.

It seems surreal and dramatic. Only men and women who go to war are diagnosed with PTSD… My therapist read to me the symptoms and definition of the disorder, gave me some basic advice to cope day to day, and then gave me a referral to a psychologist who might be able to help more. 623 more words

Death

Round Two

My pregnancy and delivery of Noah was traumatic. I had no idea what to expect. Because of my Type 1 diabetes, I was very closely monitored. 1,625 more words

Autism

Morgue Chronicles

I was at the Morgue today; 5 minutes ago to be precise. Today’s trip was different though. I wasn’t going to the cafeteria to buy food neither was I there looking for a nice spot to go pray. 462 more words

Reflections

The Path of Grief

What helps you get through grief? Well, there is no one answer. I’ve had days of feeling a tremendous burden on my heart that my blood feels sluggish and getting out of bed just isn’t an option. 708 more words

Blogging

Playing it safe

Lately I’ve been feeling the call to change something.

In the past this feeling would make me run, without a second thought I would quit my relationship, my job, and sometimes even the state. 480 more words

What would you change? 


I watched this video and it really hit me. This culture, generation really is so absorbed in perfection. What about the things that makes us unique? 41 more words

Eating Disorder

Friendly Ghost

This time the prompts were:           

Not a very pretty kitty

Once upon a time, there was a woman who had had enough

“Your soul pulls toward the canyon and then shines back,”                                                                                   356 more words

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