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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 6

Sometimes, if feels like my eye problems have taken over my life. I seldom perform with my guitar anymore and prefer to be in my apartment Continue reading

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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 5

Just like grief, I decided to see if I could find others that might have wisdom to help me. I discovered an online support group for people suffering with (get ready for a complicated name): Chronic Dry Eyes & Chronic Blepharitis. Continue reading

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I’M CRYING WHILE I’M DREAMING

In many dreams my mother appeared to me. We were holding hands and laughing, and then suddenly she died. Each time it happened in a different way. Continue reading

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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 4

My eyesight problems remind me of my true weakness. I survived my empty marriage by ignoring the things that upset me – I looked the other way. But where do I look now? Not only can’t I escape fog and dirty vision, I’m in pain and it’s too much. Continue reading

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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 3

I simply want to live without my eyes making me crazy! Continue reading

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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 2

Today I had an appointment with my regular doctor. He was very sympathetic and kind as he looked right into my pained eyes. I could feel my lip trembling as I thanked him for being my advocate. Continue reading

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MY JOURNEY IN SIGHT – PART 1

As my eye condition began to overwhelm me, it reminded me very much of grief. What I am sharing is an expression of complete vulnerability. I am honest and raw. Continue reading

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I CRY INSIDE

Crying inside accurately describes what happens when I hide my tears. I operate on that level more than I’d like to admit. I hide my pain, while inside I am screaming and crying. It has been quite difficult for me to release my feelings and very unhealthy. Continue reading

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WITH ALL THIS PAIN, I CAN’T REMAIN – PART 1

The title of this post is a line of lyrics from my song “The Unknown.” I have not shared that song yet because it is very personal and painful for me. The words “With all this pain, I can’t remain,” relates to three things in my life: my marriage, my eyesight and my feelings about grief. Continue reading

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