Browsing All posts tagged under »memoirs«

Five Weddings & My Mother’s Dementia

November 26, 2017

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Weddings paralyze me. Recently, I attended a good friend’s wedding in the Washington D.C. area. The morning of the wedding, I sort of had a meltdown. Sid found me in tears, weeping uncontrollably in bed. I realized, perhaps for the first time, the real reason I avoid attending weddings, or have to ply myself with […]

A Poem for My Daughter

April 30, 2017

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My writing is the single-most important thing in life that has helped my healing. This blog has literally seen me grow up in the last 11 years. I was going through my archives and I came across this post that I had completely forgotten. So, re-posting. ____ As posted on Nov. 22nd 2009 My mum […]

65 things about my mom

May 29, 2016

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My mom would have turned 65 on May 30th. Sharing my birthday week with her used to be very exciting when I was younger. Now, it’s the worst thing ever. May is a hard month. My parents wedding anniversary was May 18th and then her birthday, followed by mine. I just feel blue and pissy. Over […]

Lessons from 10 Years of Writing / Blogging

November 2, 2015

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Why am I not blogging more? This is a question I have asked myself several times over the last few months. I know the answer. It is a good answer. But it still makes me sad. For the longest time, my blog used to have the following text in big font: “The answers to life […]

My First Journal Entry in Seven Years

January 11, 2015

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When I first touched the nib of my gel pen to the crisp new page, my heart skipped a beat. It was like being on a first date. It had been seven years since that had happened! I was nervous. I wondered, “Will this work? It used to be so easy.” I used to spend […]

No Do Overs

November 17, 2014

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Originally posted on Surviving My Son's Suicide:
For better understanding you may want to read About This Blog first. The last time I saw Aaron we had a disagreement. It wasn’t an argument, no one getting angry just a normal garden variety unresolved difference of opinion that sent each of us on our separate ways feeling uneasy.…

Why My Resume Says “Full-time Alzheimer’s Caregiver”

September 27, 2014

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Recently, I had to edit my resume for my job hunt. As you may all know, it’s the most boring and mind-numbing task of all. One has to glorify one’s mediocre self. Let’s face it, most of us are not as great as we think we are, or in some cases, as others think we […]

Existing Peacefully

Ideas & Philosophies to Guide Quality Living

deontetowner

You have the power to change the world. Don't let the world change you.

Woman, Interrupted

"We're all mad here" - Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland

BlueMonkey

Mind too spins on its own axis between the day and night. There's no wrong or right side.

Unforgettable

Lessons and love from Alzheimer's World

Queering the Kindom

The unfurling story of two women who love Jesus, justice, and each other.

Yoga 5:50

Living the Practice

Sincerely Kate

The Obsessive Blog of a Compulsive Pen Pal

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Positively Chels

BECOME THE PERSON YOU NEED IN YOUR LIFE

she's a seeker

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Unity Counselling

Step towards your most authentic life

A Fair Chance for Education

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Diary of a Not-So-Angry Asian Adoptee

Mom, wife, adoptee, Huffington Post blogger, advocate and somewhat self-deprecating and neurotic goofball.

Because i love to write thats why

Writing my way through life..

Conundrum.

Dabbles in writing, loves music and nature. Sierra Leonean

Ilana Williams

Be the Change. Inspire Others. Get Fit. Live your most Courageous Life.

Chronically Grateful Me

Life is hard enough. Don't go through life with pain that’s keeping you clutching the steering wheel. Join me as I learn to deal with Adrenal Fatigue-Hashimoto’s- Hypothyroidism-OA- Osteonecrosis – Spondylolisthesis and how going to a mostly to a plant-based lifestyle and meditation helps my pain.

MyCrazyNewWorld

My life "Living well with Dementia" in my own words

Skillfully Well & Painfully Aware

Living skillfully well with chronic conditions

Authentically Mad

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To be true to my own weirdnesses.

The Journey to Me

exploring the pathways returning to me

The Catalysts for Change

Bringing awareness to mental illness and sexual assault

A Moreno Blogs

Seeking Stories. Discovering pamana.

Everlasting Smile Wisdom

Be the reason for a million smiles but never be a reason for even a single grudge

Mental Break - In Progress

please hold while I direct your call...

Eating Disorders

My journey through it all

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Pigs, Figs & Higgs

Making it up as I go.

anatomy of a mother

Strong. Beautiful. Dedicated. Self-less. Inspiring. Friend.