Working on Making an Ex a Friend Again

About two weeks ago, an Ex texted me after not speaking for a year and a half and asked if he could call me to talk about a situation he was going through.  The situation was that his father was just diagnosed with alzheimers.  Of course he got me by adding that little tid bit

My Version of Rest & Relaxation – WW

I’ve dropped a dress size!

I began my renewed weight loss mission a little after I began this blog.  On May 7th I posted “It’s Not Easy Getting Skinny” and it’s been a long, hard road to get to say that I’ve lost 9lbs and can comfortably fit in a size down from where I began. 🙂 If you’ve followed my

Offering Support Through Déjà Vu

I currently find myself offering support to someone close to me, dealing with a husband who consistently disregards anyone else’s feelings and makes life altering decisions on his own and then leaves her to pick up the pieces.  His most recent adventure had him leaving town for the weekend to take on a business deal

How Do You Grieve When the One Your Grieving is Still Alive?

That is the question that three people close to me are asking themselves and me, as they seek to understand and get through the grieving process.  Two of the three are dealing with a parent who has Alzheimer’s Disease, while the other is dealing with a father who’s been told his cancer has progressed too far

Relationship Introspectives

The other day my single girlfriend and I were discussing her latest failed attempt at a relationship with someone she thought was a shoe in…meaning she had known him for several years and had recently felt they were getting closer.  Needless to say when she decided to “go for it” he didn’t share the same