Category Archives: grief

Day 9: Fear, Guns and Fact Checking

Fear.  It’s a killer.  If the overdose of adrenaline doesn’t kill you, fear will kill you.  Kill your life, take away your joys and present day experiences.  Fear lives in the past and the future, not the present.  It replays the fearful incidents of the past or imagines the potential incidents of the future. It has power only if we feed it … images. Images of pain, suffering, violence. Fear in the moment can work to your advantage, it can provide adrenaline to help you run from a situation, defend yourself or give you super human strength. But fear of the past and the future, it hurts you over and over again. It’s shown to be really harmful to your immune system.  Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season, to remember

Holidays! (Insert several emoticons from smiling to crying). I have so many fond memories from my childhood, teen and young adult years.  However, with the passing of beloved family members, as you may have experienced, Christmas can become a bittersweet … Continue reading

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Friendship, and how life changes in an instant

I say it quite often, life changes in an instant.  And it does.  Like yesterday. Let me back up…. a few years ago I had an unusual friendship arise.  Bill, an older gentleman in his late sixties, attended a spiritual/meditation … Continue reading

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