How to Deal with Internet Criticism

As I’m trying my hand at writing with this blog site AND starting my first book, I really needed to strengthen my armor and battle my extra sensitive innerds to withstand future haters. So I was thrilled to read a fellow bloggers advice. I came across THIS article on internet criticism. In it they stateContinue reading “How to Deal with Internet Criticism”

Just Sit With Me

This reminds me of my mom, she was such an advocate for kids but anyone over 18 or so she determined should just “know better” .. And suddenly extended some sort of judgement or “opinion” bless her heart and rest her soul 🥀 What IS that magical age when we “know better”? And are weContinue reading “Just Sit With Me”

A Moment To Feel Ok

This quote is so interesting to me, because we (society in general) “seem to” look down on addicts or homeless people in some fashion. I’m not saying there’s ingrained ‘bias’ at all. I’m just going on what I’ve felt myself & seen in my culture and community before addiction hit my family head on .Continue reading “A Moment To Feel Ok”

Today Was a First

Had covid not happened, today probably wouldn’t have happened. And like most things covid, I wish today hadn’t NEEDED to happen. But it did. And I did. It wasn’t really my choice. I mean not technically. It was my son’s choice. Long ago my son’s choices forced today to happen. I zoomed into my firstContinue reading “Today Was a First”

An Addicts Struggle

I have mixed feelings about influencers & outreach coordinators but I have huge respect for people like Chanda and Nester Nation who are authentic and use their voice (& music) to help raise awareness for recovery. She shows in this video the struggle an addict goes through to battle their demons while conforming to societiesContinue reading “An Addicts Struggle”

I Decided I Like Masks

As I left work and headed to run errands amid the Covid pandemic, I slowly put my mask back on that I had been wearing all day as a nurse. Usually I resist putting it back on, because of breathing, claustrophobic & dizziness issues. This time however, I welcomed it. Because today was another highlyContinue reading “I Decided I Like Masks”

Excerpt from 1000 Last Goodbyes

Zero. What an awful number. Especially if you’re staring at it, in blaring red neon on the heart machine. I was sitting next to my 86 pound dad in the hospital, listening to the slowed beeping of the machine. His gaunt, pale, sunken face haunted me, but it still didn’t stop me from climbing intoContinue reading “Excerpt from 1000 Last Goodbyes”

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