Tag Archives: grief

Why Doesn’t My Loss Affect​ Others?

My loss is my W scarred on my heart. The scars are mine to own, and others don’t have the wounds I had to endure. He is one thought away at all time for me. No one has turned their back, but instead, they have allowed me to grow at my own pace and time. Continue reading

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When you’re training for a marathon

I’m training for a marathon right now. Yes, 26.2 miles of running. I never thought I would run a full marathon. Ever. When George was alive, I dreamed of running a half marathon, and I’ve done that now. Many times. … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Regain Self-Control While Grieving

Grief is brutal and unforgiving. When dealing with the headache of trying to regain your footing after your husband or wife passed away feels nearly impossible. Yet more than ANYTHING all we want to do is get back on track, … Continue reading

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Emotionally inducing memories

Right now I’m at the Women’s Coach Alliance conference in Denver, Colorado. There’s an incredible aura throughout this entire event. Amazing speakers, strong women from all walks of life and different backgrounds. Today, I lost it and I do get … Continue reading

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Dealing with Deployment

My heart has been heavy, like an anchor keeping me in a perpetual state of worry. I’m making a career change, and I’ve been offered a few jobs but nothing I can see myself truly embracing. I feel the most … Continue reading

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