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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

In order to better deal with PSTD, I have begun to acknowledge many things that previously I have shoved back down. 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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THE WONDERFUL METAPHORS – PART 2

At my last hypnotherapy appointment, I shared with Connie my story about how I rescued a rabbit stuck in a fence. The metaphor that I took from that story was how having calmness and courage led to the best possible outcome. This week when I had a lot of additional stress from my teenagers and parents I reminded myself of something Connie had suggested. She reminded me how nice it would be if I could treat myself the same way I treated that trapped bunny. I tried hard to be loving, gentle, and reassuring to myself.
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BLOG ANNIVERSARY POST

I begin my introduction by answering this question, “What is my message?” My message is that I am sharing my story because I want to inspire other people to know happiness is truly possible, despite grief and challenges in life.
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I ALWAYS WANTED TO FLY

My passion for music could have me writing endless details about that journey alone. My heart is singing and it feels like I’m flying these days. As I have been healing, I’ve become more and more musical. There even seems to be the possibility that I might write a brand new song. I have been practicing my songs in lower keys, and it’s been exciting and challenging to find new chord structures. My playing has become smoother and my voice has begun to change. Continue reading

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