Monthly Archives: May 2014
I have read two great posts by Blogger ‘Thoughts of a Lunatic’ this week. In ‘The Unromantic Romance’ I loved her words: “Sometimes, the big moments are terribly intimidating. Sometimes, the right answer doesn’t beat in our hearts. Our minds … Continue reading
The Daily Prompt asked “What’s the one piece of advice you wish someone had given you a year ago? Easy:
Great prose by Blogger locust battalion “The only thing that’s proved consistent in our story through now is the way that you act”. Free Trial Offer.
If you could get inside my head and look at my baggage, you would see a large storage area, with neatly packed suitcases, all stacked up and precisely labelled. Of course, I could go to a therapist to deal with … Continue reading
The five stages of grief can happen in any order, and some people bounce between the five stages more than once before reaching acceptance.
Originally posted on THE JOLLY BUCCANEERS:
Sometimes people go through more than one stage at once. Grief can happen even if what we are losing is something we don’t want or need anymore. It is a completely a normal process…