Tag Archives: loss

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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Fourth Christmas

The Florida sky is black with tiny little white flickering stars smiling down. It’s hard being away for Christmas, especially when it’s not the frozen snow draped New England I know and love. My grandmother passed away on the very … Continue reading

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Away for Christmas, again

I have this tendency to be away from Connecticut around Christmas. The first year after George passed away I was in California, and the uncertainty and inability to control my emotions haunts me. I always figured I’d never feel that … Continue reading

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Happy 3 year anniversary

Today would’ve been three years married to George. A undercurrent of sadness lingered around all day. I cried on my way to work, cried in my office and then cried on my way home. I taught spin class tonight and … Continue reading

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