Hi Sarah. I am so sorry to hear you're so sick.
Hi Sarah. I am so sorry to hear you're so sick. I will send you healing.🙏 You can get back to this whenever you are ready. It doesn't bother me to let it sit there. Let me know when you're back in commission and have made the requested changes. Absolutely no hurry on this.
My Stressful New Job Is Wearing Me Down. Should I Stay or Should I go?
Quitting is not in my nature, but my anxiety is through the roof. — I’d worked as an admin. for eight years and searched the internal job postings for something different, something challenging, something that didn’t list endless responsibilities so that others around me had none. And then there it was. Like a full moon rising over a calm ocean on a clear night…
I’m Sixty-four and an Old Broad Struggling to Learn New tricks
Someone, please send me that bottle of wine. — Learning is a lifelong experience, and I’ve put myself out there in a big way. I started a new job at an age when most people would be riding out the last few months of their careers, gritting their teeth and counting the days. And it’s not just any new…
Your cells, your bones, your marrow must vibrate with the music of connection, and from time to time its tragic loss, if you’re going to reach the heart of your readers with your stories.
So true! The more raw and vulnerable you are, the better the connection with your audience.
So true! The more raw and vulnerable you are, the better the connection with your audience. I find that the more specific a writer is, the more general s/he, they are. We are so much more alike than different.
Personally, I want more than eighty years of struggle followed by an empty death. I want to believe the others that have gone before, and those who will soon follow, have gone to a place where we can be reunited — so we can see each other again.
Roger A. Reid, Ph.D.
I so believe that the personality of our loved ones continues after the change we call death and…
I so believe that the personality of our loved ones continues after the change we call death and that we live in the world of spirit. Your niece sounded like a wonderful person and I'm glad you got to say good-bye to her. This is a wonderful, touching story. Thank you for sharing!