Coping

I’ve been considering this for awhile. I’ve consulted with loved ones, as well my therapist and PCP. I’ve been mindful of my daily activities, interactions, relationships, triggers and stressors, trying to imagine how they might feel differently. And I’ve come to a decision. After over 3 years taking Fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac), an antidepressant that has […]

{ 1 comment }

“You changed the picture,” she said as she walked out of our powder room. “It’s a great of you two, I just loved the old one.” “Did you noticed what else changed?” I asked. “We moved out the magazine rack (with periodicals to browse, mostly from late 2007/early 2008).” Awhile back a good friend pointed […]

{ 0 comments }

I was walking up the stairs to check on them, when I overheard Abby tell her friend (who was over for their first playdate, at our home) that she wanted to talk about her sister in Heaven. I paused on the stairs and quietly listened to the conversation that followed. Abby explained that her sister […]

{ 4 comments }

Two years ago we walked in honor and memory of our loved ones who died by suicide. Two years ago I was new to being a coach. 💪🏼 Two years ago I was learning to navigate life with moderate generalized anxiety disorder. 🤔 Two years ago I struggled to live what I claimed my priorities […]

{ 0 comments }

Every now and then I find a song that touches my heart and soul so deeply that I cannot stop listening to it. Even less often I find a story or a soundtrack, in this case both, that has the same effect on me. This is Hamilton. It’s only been about a week since I starting […]

{ 0 comments }

Happy 8th Heavenly Birthday, Molly Marie! Eight years later, time goes by fast Got my memories and they will last I try to keep it simple ‘cuz I hate goodbyes I try to keep it simple by telling myself that I, I will remember you and all of the things that we’ve gone through There […]

{ 4 comments }