However globally important this subject may be, the reason why I'm taking on such a dreadful subject today is a personal itch I can't seem to scratch no matter what I do. Since finding out about Reckful's passing, I've been carrying a heavy load in my heart that follows me everywhere I go. I can't … Continue reading Depression Through Eyes Of A Survivor: Don’t Let It Claim Your Life
2020 - what a year to be writing apocalyptic posts! Jokes aside: fear of death, or non-existence on our current plane, is quite a common phobia. Whenever a disaster strikes (and we've had a fair share of those in the past few months!), humans tend to become increasingly aware of death as a possibility. I … Continue reading Fear Of Dying And How It Keeps Me In Check
Losing a baby at any point during pregnancy has got to be the most difficult thing a mom-to-be can experience. I know, because I've been there. My husband and I lost our first baby sometime around the 10th week of my pregnancy. It's a moment I will never forget - sitting alone at the doctor's … Continue reading 3 Less Well-Known Ways To Heal Your Heart After Miscarriage
Let's face it: this is a topic not a lot of people want to talk about. I don't see it in the media, there's almost nothing about it on social networks and almost none of it is discussed on blogs. Only the people unafraid of the judgement will dare speaking about it in a non-judgmental … Continue reading Mourning Pre-Baby Time: Right Or Wrong?
Events like this just strike me out of the blue. To someone who isn't a parent, who has kids that are adults, or whose kids are newborns, it may not seem like a big deal. A child gave me his toy when I asked him if I could have it. So what? For me, as … Continue reading Today, My Son Gave Me His Toy For The First Time