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10 Months Tomorrow

10 months tomorrow you you physically left this earth to Heaven, but your spirit lives on in each one of us kids everyday. Everyday I see you in my brothers, the way they talk, the way they laugh, the way they live their life. 10 months ago tomorrow, you went to Heaven, but not a […]

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Dear Grief;

Dear Grief; I really don’t know how to handle you. You cling to me everyday and everywhere I go. I don’t know how to get rid of you. Grief, you blurt out everything and anything at the best and worst times possible. It feels like word vomit. Unlike when I was diagnosed with my anxiety […]

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5 Ways to Survive the Holidays

The “happiest time of the year”… or is it… Now that the holiday hustle is over, I have had time to sit and really reflect on surviving my first major holiday season without my Dad. For some of us it’s a year of firsts or continuing to survive the holidays without a loved one. Over […]

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Without You

This morning it hit me. You won’t be in the stands cheering me on when I walk across the stage at graduation. You won’t be there to give me a bear hug with that diploma in my hand. You won’t be there to tell me to keep going. This morning it hit me. The conversation […]

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Losing Faith

When you are growing up, finding faith in “God” is hard enough. Add some tragedy into that and then you feel like you lost it all. Once my dad passed away, I remember going out to our butterfly garden we grew together and literally asking God why the hell he would do this. Why the […]

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Motivation or Nah

Have you ever experienced a night where you didn’t want to get ready for be or you feel too ‘lazy’ to want to even get up and brush your teeth? Then you wake up to start your day… typically a morning person, looking forward to that first cup of coffee yet you find it hard […]

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The Art of Vulnerability

Sometimes I keep on forgetting that when I try to live my life, I lost my dad not even two months ago. The feeling of being vulnerable makes us say things we don’t mean, do things we wouldn’t normally do, and feel like we have a grey cloud over us everywhere we go. I started […]

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