Tag Archives: grief

The Giving Tree Effect

I always imagined becoming a writer. From an early age, I was captivated by storytellers; their ability to weave a story through my consciousness, connecting my thoughts to theirs. It was pure magic. And I’ll admit, becoming a creative God … Continue reading

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The Silver Lining

After countless words on the negative effects of brain injury, I’m going to say something surprising. A brain injury isn’t all bad. As life altering as it is, in some ways it made our lives better. We used to take … Continue reading

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Dancing through Hell

We started out best friends. Dancing that way for a year, we laughed at life, fought about the small things and learned to push buttons. We drew lines early, exposing our hearts and our quirks. We perfected our own little … Continue reading

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Accepting new Life after Death…

It’s an odd thing to miss someone who’s standing right in front of you. But for a while, that’s what I did. Even though my husband was still physically there, ‘the man I knew, the man I loved’ was somewhere … Continue reading

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