Tag Archives: Grief

Rely on Pets and Friends

This is a particularly bad time for me. I do not have any family. My husband died of dementia about 6 years ago. I am losing a close friend to cognitive issues and another to cancer. I am the cranky … Continue reading

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Healing Family Wounds

Fifty years ago, our mothers’ bitter estrangement divided us daughters. But after I expressed sympathy over her mother’s death, my cousin mailed me a sprig of an aloe vera plant as a peace offering. Our shared great-grandmother had carried the … Continue reading

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Future

There’s a future past what we think is the end. -Camille A Brown. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture … Continue reading Continue reading

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Unprepared

None of us is ever prepared for death. When a great tree falls, the birds, with no branch to perch on, scatter. Looking for a new home. positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing … Continue reading

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Home Repairs

I think our family house in the Philippines is angry at me. Tiles break, pipes burst, roof leaks. I may have hurt its feelings years ago when I told my mother to sell it because I was not going to … Continue reading

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