Share These are weird times. But I’m grateful to not be alone in this. I’m amazed each day that I get to have a partner to struggle through this with. I’m happy for technology that can connect me to all of you: friends, family and people who have become both even though we’ve never met
ShareI’ve been sharing my mental health journey with a lot of you, and honestly, it helps! While being vulnerable can be scary, I think it’s good to admit where you are in life in realistic terms. I’ve been waiting on my results from a Genesight Genetic Test to come back, specifically to determine what anti-depressant
ShareI’ve used it. The #bodypositive hashtag. It had been a good, but emotionally tough weekend, and when I dolled myself up one night when my husband and I were out of town, I felt pretty. I felt good about myself and my physical presence which is something I have struggled with embracing my entire life.
ShareOur first Widow Voyages trip of 2017 was a small group and I allowed one our widows to bring her mother along to help fill out the group so we could still go. It was a first for our trip to include a non-widowed person, but I knew the widow coming and figured having a
ShareThis week my mother in law is visiting from Winnipeg. My other mother in law. Mom II. Kevin and I were only married a year and a half before he died, so I can’t say I had a long term relationship with my in laws. Even though we were thousands of miles apart, I still