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
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…
Photo by Liza Summer on Pexels.com Does the grief ever go away? Last week, I was thinking about my deceased mother. I think about her and my deceased father every day, but this week it has been constant thoughts about my mom. I've been crying as I did as a little girl that whole year… Continue reading Dealing With Grief Nearly A Decade Later
Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com India is seeing its largest death toll to date, topping numbers of over 400,000 deaths in the country alone. This could be due to the delta variant that is starting to see some significant growth in the United States recently. The deaths due to COVID-19 in India have been… Continue reading The Delta Variant Is Growing Rapidly
It’s that time of the month. The one we as women dread: the visit from Aunt Flow. Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com As you prepare for the inevitable, you gather the regular necessities, such as pads, tampons, and maybe a change of underwear (sometimes they can be messy). There is another option you may… Continue reading Are Menstrual Cups Better Than Tampons?