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Posts Tagged ‘paralysis’

When It Shouldn’t Be About Me. . .

Today is a sad day, today my Uncle passed away.  He was a strong man, a man of few words but always there if needed. Today my Mother lost one of her brothers. Continue Reading Here

Gone Are The Days of Hosting Out of Town Family & Friends…

As we all enjoy these days of spring, many begin to plan their summer vacations. Many will do beach trips or island retreats or many whose family is far a trip home for quality time is perfect. Continue Reading Here

Who Is That Woman In The Mirror

I am not the same person I used to be. I look in the mirror only to see a stranger looking back at me, at the me that used to be.

I don’t know how to enjoy life anymore, I can’t do the things that I used to bring joy to me, I can’t plant in my garden, I can’t meet “friends” for girls night, I can’t go shopping for gifts for anyone (tell me, how do you order an Easter basket fully put together online?), etc., etc., etc. Nothing matters. Continue Reading Here

When My Health Affects His

STRESS, 😬it’s there, we all have it, can’t stop it, can’t change it, but when my honey’s health is now affected because of me, well, tell me, how am I supposed to deal with that?

He loves me I know, he worries about me it’s true, he stresses over us, what can I do? Continue Reading Here

Can You See Me Hugging You

Sadly #paralysis takes away the spontaneous touch that says you matter or the unexpected hug that says I’m so glad to see you and worse, the needed caress that says I’m sorry. Continue Reading Here

“Peaking” Into A New Year

With the new year fast approaching, everyone reflects on the year gone by and dreams of the year ahead. With my #paralysis in 2016, I sunk down into a very bad hole, I couldn’t see any future for 2017. Then as 2017 was coming to its closing, looking forward to 2018 didn’t seem much brighter. Continue Reading

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