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Hugs, Katie x
I am having a moment. It's between birth and death and it's called life, and the period that I am specifically writing about is so present that it's frequently referred to as now - at least it was a moment ago. I found myself at the verge, the verge of booking an appointment with a local therapist and finally holding a conversation in the present tense (sometime in the future) about who I am, where I maybe going and where I have been. I had completed the email and even reflected within it that my fingers were hovering over delete, before my digits ultimately undid the message. I am having a moment because I have dressed, relaxed in privacy and eaten breakfast en-femme after supper en-femme and a sleepless night the same. I have worked ...
What I thought of what was going to be a nice visit to my dads . has turned out to be a life decision for me. First of all here some history 1 my father has Parkinson Syndrome. He has had it for a few years ,.He was doing well and has to do some physical therapy. But now the tide has came in... Now he is alone be cause in the year of 2013 my step mother died. Because of his age and his affliction .He has gotten on the topic of senor citizen health care . Yes the possibilities of home health care. And that he wants me to move in and take care of him. To do this this would me I would have to sell my home (the first true home I ever had) As he stated by saying “well you took care of your Mother and than aunt Iva now it ...
I guess for me at least coming out to the ones you love is the hardest part and the most important. I talked about this for months with my therapist and have always back off from telling my sister. So here are the details of what happen last week. We started off with an afternoon round of golf with dinner plans after. We chatted for the round and about everything but what I really wanted to talk about. I made sure that we had a private area to have dinner, and order drinks. How many times I told my self that I was going to tell her about my private life but how? We talked about each of our children and which lead to an opening. My hands were trembling when I told her about being in therapy and some of the dark times ...
Each of us has our own stories. They are great to be told and people should listen. Because each of us is an indivual. We are indivuals for many reasons. The reasons could be unlimited. But without going much into the why of how come humans are the way we are. I believe we should greatfully, sincerely and confidently accept (ourselves) and those around us. I believe we each have a privilage of being enlightened through the stories and faith and hope and all else of others. The world is more than just this and that. It's way less binary, then some would assume. But there is love and education.