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Grieving a Change of Habit

When people think of grief, the first thing they think of is losing a loved one. While losing a loved one is very grievous, grief can be just as debilitating when you’re trying to shed a long-time, bad habit such as an addiction. When we lose a loved one, we lose a...

Mirror, Mirror

As a small child, I remember sitting inside my mom’s bathroom sink just so I could look in the mirror and play with her makeup. I did have her permission to do so (most of the time). Getting into my pre-teens, I began looking in the mirror to do my own make-up...

Comparing Grief

Comparing grief is never a good idea. It's hard enough to grieve a dear loved one, family pet, relationship, lost income/job, move, injury or accident without someone else trying to compare their loss over yours. It's one thing to tell someone you understand as you...

Experience: The Teacher

    You were born to be exceptional, so why do you think you aren’t? Everything about you is amazing. You were born with a purpose in mind. Have you found that purpose yet? Have you ever felt that you have nothing to give and therefore are unimportant?...

Anger Management

When I was a small child I didn’t mind being alone. I would play in my room all by myself and I was okay with that. I liked playing with my sisters, but somehow being alone was comforting to me. I often enjoyed solitude, but also enjoyed being with my family;...

Communication in Today’s Society

Communication has been an issue between people since the beginning of time. The biggest problem is as one person feels he or she is communicating articulately to another, the other person is perceiving a different story. Why is this? There are numerous scientific...

Change Your Story; Change Your Life!

Change your story   There was a time in my life, somewhere around the mid 90’s where I was going through extreme turmoil. This turmoil continued to expand upon itself until it was downright tragic! I became so entrenched in the trauma, drama and tragedy that I...

Being Grandma

It’s cold outside. The frost blankets the ground like tiny diamonds, glistening in the morning sun. I walk around the concrete abutment so as not to impair the new, Spring grass budding beneath the miniscule icicles hanging from the blades. As I approach the rose...
Grieving a Change of Habit
Grieving a Change of Habit

When people think of grief, the first thing they think of is losing a loved one. While losing a loved one is very grievous, grief can be just as debilitating when you’re trying to shed a long-time, bad habit such as an addiction. When we lose a loved one, we lose a...

Mirror, Mirror
Mirror, Mirror

As a small child, I remember sitting inside my mom’s bathroom sink just so I could look in the mirror and play with her makeup. I did have her permission to do so (most of the time). Getting into my pre-teens, I began looking in the mirror to do my own make-up...

Comparing Grief
Comparing Grief

Comparing grief is never a good idea. It's hard enough to grieve a dear loved one, family pet, relationship, lost income/job, move, injury or accident without someone else trying to compare their loss over yours. It's one thing to tell someone you understand as you...

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