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"I didn't think counseling would help. I was wrong," Charles shared.

My Father, My hero

Here I am and would give anything to hear you
I would give a big hug so tight
I would have helped you make it right
So many demons and dark issues would appear
You were so strong you never shed a tear
We were so much alike
In so many ways
I was your mini me
Up until the very next day
I'll always love you my dad my best friend

BattleBorn

i often wonder what it would be like to have not been hurt or cry

i often wonder where would I like to be and there's not a why,

it just is, and was and all turned out great

just celebrated our 14th year of what was faith

I knew someday I would be happy again

i just wasn't sure how or when

So here I am I've become known 

Today is the day

I wouldnt ever believe where I am today

I wont look back n live in yesterday

There is a path we choose

whether we win or loose

remember the choice is up to you

as I get older and realize what's true

is that no one or nothing would know what to do

i have climbed mountains, I've conquered fears

chasing after dreams as wiping away the tears

My turn

It is my turn to focus on me

to be the person I want to be

I've been through battles 

I've won the war 

Thats what is important

and so much more

Ive received my degree

life, opportunities and the life I know

Is one I always had to learn and grow

i am proud of who I've become

I am proud for pursuing my dreams

Shattered Order

            
 
I have spent my entire life believing there was some semblance of order to the world, some kind of logic and structure that kept our universe moving in the right direction. In my simple human mind, there had to be a reason for why things happened.

Handling the PAIN of Grief

From the author: This is an article you can share, send, or forward to others to help them understand the grieving heart a little better.

The pain is real

Ten Things I Never Expected From Grief

 
Because we knew that my daughter was dying, I believed I was prepared for grief. I was wrong. No matter how much we prepare, everything changes. These aspects of grief surprised me.

1. Losing time

GRIEVING WELL: Finding Who and What We Need

When we talk into a room, we tend to look for people who are like us. It’s natural, automatic. We look for affinity, because we relate most naturally to those with whom we have something in common.

When we’re enduring loss, we need people who are like us. We need people who know grief. 

Suffering As A Seed

We should not be too quick to abandon suffering,
lest we miss its savage blessing.
Every ending is a chance to grow stronger
in longing for what was lost.
Inside the truth of our most painful experiences
we find the seeds of new beginnings.
It is never too late
to forgive, to learn, to grow

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