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Oliver the Cat.

The other day I said goodbye to a dear friend, Oliver the cat.

Although Oliver was not mine, we spent much of the last year enjoying each other’s company. 295 more words


Top 8 Grief and loss books.


In the dark hours after someone dies we often lay in the literal dark not able to shut off our minds only wanting to sleep so the pain is not so physical. 183 more words


A Letter to The Boy Who Ran: Abortion, Fear, and Apathy of the Boy I Loved

26 was the age that I wanted to be be by the time I ran Boston. 26 was the age I thought I would be when I would be saying “I Do” to you. 1,877 more words

Mental Health

What is the Primary Psychological Task of Late Adulthood? by Bob Ritzema

By Bob Ritzema

Psychologists usually view human development as consisting of a series of tasks or issues, each of which must be dealt with in turn. 664 more words

Quality Of Life

Daily Guidance from your Angels Time to Go

Time to Go

“The sun sets and rises each day, and it’s the same with the avenues in your life. See the beauty within each sunset in your life, and know that the sun will also rise again tomorrow. 146 more words

Closed Doors

Learning life’s lesson

It’s something that has to be a part of growth

You have to believe in what you’re doing today will present itself today… 31 more words


Painfully Forgotten

“There is a man outside who wants to talk to you” Marie told me yesterday.  Brian was here to pick up his sister.  I wondered if it was him, or another salesman Mom has invited over.  516 more words