Author Archives: mlberg

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Look through the portal at suffering people. Why can’t they get on board? We won’t all be leaving this place. Don’t rock the boat.

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Suicide Dis-Encouragement

READ THIS: Do you wish to discourage suicide but not to encourage the contemplator “Proceed with suicidal tendencies”? BECOME BETTER CAREGIVERS Read this: (CMfM) Caregiver’s Manual for Men How sad to exist in a global society which focuses on … Continue reading

Posted in Caremore, despair, encourage, relationships, support

Pro’s AND Con’s

I received an email message with this heading: The 9 undeniable reasons you should upgrade your account today Can anyone give me a list of reasons for doing NOTHING? Oh, excuse me, I meant a list of good reasons … Continue reading

Posted in ****prayers*****, Acceptance, Accused, Agony, appeal, ATTITUDE, Coping Skill Exercises, Discussion Topics, encourage, escape, failure, fear, future, future links, hindsight, ITN, ITN PLANNING, ITN Principles, ITN Program, Online Journal, pain, Plea for Collaboration, recovery, relationships, screwed, Stories of Caregivers, support, vent

2056 Posts Later

Who keeps track? I certainly don’t. I guess that is a mechanical function thrown in by WordPress. I looked at my 7/20/07 post and now, 2056 posts later, I wonder: Were my prayers heard? Has anyone grown to become better … Continue reading

Posted in ****prayers*****, growth, Plea for Collaboration, recovery

Life is good

but when it is gone…?   Could life get any better? It could always be different. Would life be any better if say, when it was gone, somehow the memory of (your) life continued to exist? What if that memory … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, ATTITUDE, discernment, discovery, dying, emotional awareness, future, future links, gratitude, growth, happiness, honesty, hope, journey, Plea for Collaboration, relationships, support, Understanding Relationships

I never beat Cancer

I never got cancer. My wife (who was coincidentally born a cancer) had breast cancer. I became her caregiver.  Me – a man who didn’t have a clue about lots of things. That made me nervous too. How could someone … Continue reading

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