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Category Archives: Loss
I’m depressed. At least I think I’m depressed. I’ve spent my whole life convincing myself that I wasn’t depressed, so it’s hard for me to recognize it now. Typically I run away when I start feeling trapped. And that’s what … Continue reading
Posted in Life after 50, Loss, PTSD Tagged Depression, fear, Grief, life after divorce, loss, Mental Health, mental illness, PTSD Leave a comment
Conversations with Matthew
Matthew is my nine year old grandson. In his brief time on earth he has experienced things most adults wish to avoid. He is an old soul. Being a grandparent to Matthew is the only thing in life that has ever … Continue reading
Posted in Children, Family, Grandchildren, Loss, Uncategorized, Violence Tagged children, Conversation, death, family, grandparents, homosexuality Leave a comment
A Letter to My Ex
I sent this letter on April 14, 2013. I did not receive a response. Recently, new information came to light that has been extremely hurtful. Making me question everything… I feel the need to share this with you, my readers. … Continue reading
Posted in Loss, Surviving Divorce Tagged Divorce, Marriage, Mental Health, Relationships Leave a comment
Where the Hell are my Rose colored glasses?
I quit my job. It’s a pattern of mine. There’s no denying it. Every two years or so I quit my job for one reason or another. It wasn’t a big deal in the past as I was married to … Continue reading
Posted in Career, Life after 50, Life After Divorce, Loss Tagged Divorce, fear, Grief, life after divorce, loss, Optimism, Pessimism, Surviving Divorce Leave a comment
No Wise Words Ever Stopped the Bleeding
I observed a man interrupt a woman sharing her grief from the recent loss of her mother with a platitude. Immediately the woman became quiet. Withdrawn. The man appeared pleased. He thought he had helped. I have seen this happen … Continue reading
Posted in Loss Tagged death, Grief, Grief Loss and Bereavement, Mental Health 4 Comments