Tag Archives: processing grief

Grief: The World Keeps Turning

Over the last 2 weeks or so, I’ve been hit with some pretty serious depression & anxiety. Anxiety over the fact that I will die someday; so will the remaining loved ones in my family & circle of friends. Depression from recalling it was 2 years ago during early October… Read On

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My New Life: Yoga Instructor

It’s taken 6 weeks to write this post. My nerves were high, my fear great. Somehow, I thought the friends & family who knew me from the corporate world, would think less of me when I told them about my new life. Somehow, I felt judgement before the judgement was… Read On

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It Was Mrs. Liver, In the Parlor, With the Lead Pipe

Finally able to give an update on my belly. It’s not my belly’s fault. It’s my liver’s fault. Thankfully, two weeks ago I met an acupuncture lady here in Homewood. She interviewed me extensively on the phone before the appointment, and did a thorough examination before placing the needles during… Read On

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The Last Few Weeks…

Well, it’s been a trip, that’s for sure. Losing my mom has been an exercise in rollercoaster riding. The ups & downs have been tremendous. Intellectually, I knew this. But until a person goes through it, sometimes the symptoms aren’t clear until they pass. My apologies, dear readers for not… Read On

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