Tag Archives: sadness

D Is For Daughters Without Mothers #AtoZChallenge


Sadly, I belong to this group. I lost my mom in 2011 to Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. For most of my life we were together daily. When she got to the point where she could no longer accompany me to the many places we would go, I used to look over at the passenger seat and […]
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Was it worth losing a relationship with your son?


My child support has ended and I am left feeling sad. Not sad because there will be no more child support, my son is old enough to take care of himself now. And definitely not sad because that marriage ended, as I know it was the best thing for me. Sad that anger, jealousy, and […]
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Blogging From A to Z April (2014) Challenge Posts ~ Emotions (Condensed Version)


I accidentally found the Blogging From A to Z Challenge while searching for things blog related. This was my first year participating and I am so glad that I found this awesome challenge. The concept is to blog every day in the month of April, except for Sundays. This makes the days to post the […]
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Sadness


“Sadness is but a wall between two gardens.” -Khalil Gibran We all experience emotional pain at one time or another. Feeling down on occasion is a part of life. Sadness is an emotional condition in which a person feels unhappy. How sad a person feels depends on the situation and how that person deals with […]
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Grief


“Grief is love turned into an eternal missing.” -Rosamund Lupton There are many reasons a person will feel emotion grief. It can be the death of a loved one or pet, the breakup of a relationship, even the loss of independence from a disability can bring about the feelings of overwhelming sorrow. The grieving process […]
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