Bad Day Practice

One of the most frustrating aspects of having a familial tendency to depression and suicide is that you never know when it’s going to slam you.  Today, for example, all it took was hearing about a business that is probably going to fail to take me down, down, down into the black hole of negativityContinue reading “Bad Day Practice”

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Some of my best friends are disabled.

Sounds familiar, right?  One of the first things that can happen when you have a child with a disability is people become uncomfortable being around you.  I’m not sure if it’s because they think it might be contagious, or because they don’t know how to cope with their own feelings about it.  There are aContinue reading “Some of my best friends are disabled.”

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How do you mourn?

I would love to hear feedback from anyone who happens to read my blog about the question that serves as it’s title.  Some losses are immediate and final – for example the death of a parent.  Other losses just go on and on, like looking at the sweet face of my middle child every dayContinue reading “How do you mourn?”

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