Category Archives: hope

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

No Apologies Necessary

  Do your best.  That way there will never be a need to apologize. “Oh I’m sorry, I just did my best and it was not good enough.” Nope, ain’t happening. Add hope to the lives of others and don’t … Continue reading

Posted in emotional awareness, hope, recovery

Never More Alive!

Take a chance to become joy-filled. Give your hopes space to be fulfilled. Be grateful for the future…even if it is just one day… Especially when it is uncertain. Change the time frame for when you will escape. Be encouraged: … Continue reading

Posted in encourage, escape, future, gratitude, hope, joy

Happy Holy Days

Wishing you all the best!

Posted in ****prayers*****, faith, hope

Affirmation

At the very least For this one moment My life held special meaning And that’s good enough for me

Posted in hope

Feeling kinda goofy

Does this make sense to you: I am soon to believe that because I did not create the problem, I do not have the same responsibility for finding a resolution as I would have if I were the sole cause … Continue reading

Posted in Acceptance, Accused, Agony, appeal, ATTITUDE, Caremore, CLEAR, Coping Skill Exercises, despair, destiny, discernment, discovery, Discussion Topics, emotional awareness, encourage, escape, failure, faith, fear, future, gratitude, growth, happiness, hindsight, honesty, hope, humor, journey, joy, loss, lost, love, NOTICE, pain, PLANNING, Plea for Collaboration, recovery, relationships, screwed, strength, support, temp, test, vent

WGAF?

I’m not superstitious. We rarerely get second chances.  This has been an emotionally-draining evening.  

Posted in ****prayers*****, Acceptance, emotional awareness, hope, Plea for Collaboration, Stories of Caregivers