health, life, mental health

My Grief Isn’t The Same As Yours

How experiencing childhood death changed me forever Photo by Katya Wolf on Pexels.com Many people have unfortunately had death visit their family or someone they know over the last few years. This includes children. Grief is different for everyone but none more-so than kids. I should know. In 1997, my mom died. I think I was… Continue reading My Grief Isn’t The Same As Yours

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This Might Sound Crazy But…

I made some accomplishments today. For a mom of three, the reality is time for yourself is limited if any at all. The last few days have been tough. My younger son is sick. It started with a fever and progressed into loose bowels. So, I’ve spent all day cleaning up poop off of carpets,… Continue reading This Might Sound Crazy But…

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There’s No Waste If I Never Did It In The First Place

Photo by Matthias Groeneveld on Pexels.com A Poem What if last week was my last week?Did I measure up to what life is supposed to be?Or did I lay around and waste itLooking forward to chasing that next Netflix flicand where I’m going get paid from nextThere’s no waste if I never did it in… Continue reading There’s No Waste If I Never Did It In The First Place

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I Almost Had An Abortion After Unprotected Sex

Photo by MART PRODUCTION on Pexels.com My twenties were a time of discovery. Admittedly, I was reckless in my actions. I was dealing with unresolved grief, sexual abuse, and abandonment, all while being a mother to a toddler. It was a time in which I wish I had a magic wand to fix and erase… Continue reading I Almost Had An Abortion After Unprotected Sex