I have found out that everything changes. Change is a part of life. My body can feel different every day. Some days I have more energy. Some days less. Some days I can accomplish more than others. I have also found some changes are permanent. An obvious one is that my son will never come
Suicide and drug abuse are an epidemic today. I know that sounds scary but it is the truth,
I know the pain that is involved when a loved one takes his or her life. My son, Forest, left this planet by committing suicide. I didn’t think I would ever recover. The following days were dark,
Living presents challenges to all of us. No-one is exempt. We may look at our fellowman and think he awakened in a bed of roses, without thorns. The reality is, we all have issues to resolve everyday. We resolve one issue, another arrives. Life is movement. The gifts of life are very important to consider.
All people have the right to think and feel they way they do. But that doesn’t mean they can degrade, abuse, lie to or treat another person with disrespect nor disregard their feelings. Freedom is something that every person in life needs.
They have freedom. With freedom comes responsibility. Having freedom doesn’t include harming someone
People go to movies and have different interpretations. They listen to music and don’t agree on how they hear it. Some like it. Some love it. Some don’t care if they ever hear it again. Some people are like that when it comes to other people. One can have a tendency to turn away from
The statistics for suicide are high. Here are some alarming statistics about suicide:
2nd leading cause of death among children and young adults aged 10 to 24
There are 1 million suicides worldwide every year
22 veterans commit suicide every day
One person dies by suicide every 40 seconds somewhere in the world
My son Forrest wrote something I wanted to share on my website.
Have you ever looked in the mirror? I mean really looked into the mirror? Have you ever wondered if the reflection that you believe that you see may not, in fact, be an accurate representation of what the reality is as seen by
Spring has finally arrived. I was a little girl in 3rd grade. My brother Tom was one grade ahead of me. We loved the beginning of spring and wanted to get into the woods so we quickly ran home after school let out. We changed our clothes and went into the woods for the first
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I have a right to think and feel the way I do. All people have that right to think and feel the way they do. That doesn’t mean that I or they can degrade, abuse, lie to or treat another person with disrespect or disregard their feelings.
I’m sitting in the plane with my husband, Gerry, flying from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale. the trip is long and I’m tired. My patience is being challenged. Time go to my inner self and give it a talking to. The visit with my brother, Tom (it was his 87th birthday) and sister-in-law, Jan was