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WITH ALL THIS PAIN, I CAN’T REMAIN – PART 2

Today is my “anniversary of the heart.” My son, Jason, died in 1992 and today he would have been 26 years old. He died at the age of five, so he never grows any older. Forever, he remains frozen in time for me. Continue reading

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I’LL TRY HARD NOT TO CRY

I believe in tears. I think crying is a healthy outlet. Tears lead to healing and releasing them are very important. But somehow, as the years went by – I stopped expressing myself in many ways. I preferred to deny tears, and soon I ended up feeling nothing at all. Continue reading

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