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The Grace in Dying

Beautiful words by Kathleen Dowling Singh, a former hospice worker and author of The Grace in Dying: “Dying itself softens us, opens us. In the course of living with terminal illness, our inner experience begins to change in nature. 141 more words


Love, the most painful way to die.

So apparently it’s a thing…

Heart Break Syndrome –

Broken heart syndrome is a temporary heart condition that’s often brought on by stressful situations, such as the death of a loved one. 708 more words


A Rock and A Hard Place

Everyone has heard the phase “I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place” this term literally describes my life. I’m not looking for sympathy by any means, chances are not many people will read this. 149 more words



I’ve done a lot of self reflection lately, and I believe that’s been shown in my most recent posts. While that’s all fine and dandy, I’m still depressed. 392 more words


The Best Weight Loss Pills

In today’s health conscious world that is modern it is vital to seem energetic and slender for both women and men. Frequently, lots of people get incredibly depressed over their weight problems, and therefore are not aware of the fact concerning the best way to achieve their weight… Read more at The Best Weight Loss Pills


The Good, Bad, and Ugly (Last 6 Weeks)

It has been a roller coaster ride these past few weeks. Emotions running high, tensions, lots of tears and anger, then there’s the hopeful, encouraged, happy feeling — definitely a textbook definition of the 5 stages of grief. 702 more words


Thanks to Sufjan for being the real (and most vulnerable) MVP

I have no words in the face of death.

In the past this has meant a lot of frustration, anger, bitterness, and, most of all, isolation. 498 more words