Went to a conference today and heard an interesting fact.... that a lot of soilders die by suicide
This is depressing ...I weep with those who weep today KJV--ROM 12:5
Have you ever felt the need to talk and been disappointed? I know I have. One particular friend can cut a phone call short without any notice, and yet she is a wonderful listener and one of my closest confidantes. I have learned that when I need her to listen, I must ask.
All of us experience difficult times that leave us…Continue
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The recently published book, “The Bounce!” is a semi-autobiographical novel. Much of the story depicted in the novel is mine. I decided to write a semi-autobiographical novel since this format gave me a bit of artistic liberty to stretch my imagination while basing the outline on facts as I remembered them. A few accounts, and names have been fictionalized and I rely on the dialog style that a fiction can accommodate more than a biography.
I had been reflecting on an incident,…
Added by Mohan on April 27, 2015 at 4:04pm — No Comments
When I am feeling down and I need a pick me up, I watch a good comedy....a few minutes later I am Iaughing and I feel good again...
I love watching Back to The Future...It helps me everytime..
I wish we could go Back in time....to change the bad things that happen to us..
Laughter is good medicine for us when we get down- NWT Prov 17:22
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Q. My aunt, who had no children, died and left everything (including a condo in Miami) to my cousins and myself. My cousins have almost come to blows over whether to sell…Continue
i HEAR A SONG ON RADIO IT FEALS IF EVRY IS STILL HEAR IF ITS A OLD SONG I END UP IN DIFRTN YRS ZONS I DO WEAR EVRY IS ALVE WELL AGAIN WELL IN MY HED THN IM BK 2015 THN IM BK 2 LOSS OF FAMLY BUDDYS SO ON…Continue
Leave me alone depression
Dont you see I am trying to get rid of you
Leave me alone depression
Dont you see I am trying to excercise
Dont you see I am trying to cope
Dont you see I am trying to eat properly
Dont you see I am with my friends
Leave me alone depression
Come quickly the God of comfort and tender mercies
Can I throw my burdens on you ?
My Brother died last Saturday in a tragic car accident. He has two ex wives, one he divorced over 20 years ago, but they have two kids together. The other, he just divorced a few months ago and still practically lived with, and still loved.
When he died, the first wife just totally hijacked the funeral and shut out everyone else including the most recent ex, his siblings and absolutely everyone else.
She browbeat their sons into planning the cheapest funeral even only three…Continue
Added by Carol Pemrich Hauser on April 19, 2015 at 3:06pm — No Comments
All of us suffer from anxiety. It may be good anxiety or bad anxiety.When we dwell on things that are true....rightous..chaste and lovable.... You get that peace of God....if our anxieties get so bad that it interferes with our personal life.,we may need to seek professional help and its definitely nothing wrong with that. I know with some of us its a trust issue. However, I know we can find that right someone wecan talk to to help deal with our unwanted anxieties.
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Q. I am happily remarried after six years as a widow. My first husband is buried in a family plot I purchased when he died. My own plot is right next to his. The graves of my parents and other relatives are in the same cemetery. However, my second husband talks about me being buried with him in another state, close to his children.…Continue
Added by Florence Isaacs on April 6, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
I am "new" on here... I have nowhere else to go. Today is Easter... also it is my late husband/best friend/only family/protector/soulmate/life's birthday today. We were together for thirteen years. In a world where everyone refers to me as "crazy", he understood. He was the only one. He died almost 3 years ago. Each day it gets worse. With each day I give up a bit of the fight to "move forward". Why? Why do I need to move forward. I see nothing for me up ahead. I just want it over already. I…Continue
My wife died in December 2014 of complications from acute pancreatitis. However, about a year and a half before that, August 2013, she had a massive heart attack.
There were no signs or forewarning symptoms. We had spent the morning shopping and she had just made pasta sauce and finished the laundry. She said she was feeling tired and asked me to make up the bed so that she could take a nap. When I was almost done, I heard a strange wheezing sound and returned to the living room…Continue
Added by Miguel on April 4, 2015 at 11:38am — No Comments
My wife died of ongoing complications that developed from acute pancreatitis. After emergency surgery she was in the ICU and ventilated for six weeks. Her body was completely debilitated. She then spent another month hospitalized for intense complex care to bring her to a point where she could begin to rebuild her body thru nutrition and physical rehab. She then was at a rehabilitation facility for another month and a half trying to get well enough to come home. After four months in…Continue
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A friend sent an email requesting friends visit her ailing spouse. He’s at home recovering from an accident and he is lonely while she is at work. She shared in her message that her spouse tires easily after at home therapy. While it’s clear he could use companionship, he has yet to regain his stamina.
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