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I’m Now Older Than You

Awhile ago I wrote a blog entitled Father’s Day When Your Father Is Deceased. In that blog I explored my feelings of grief for my father as I never really had as an adult. I observed how my grief transformed … Continue reading

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A Resentment I Carry

My father died twenty-two years ago this month. I was just a kid in 2nd grade and his death was a total shock to me, when it didn’t have to be. I didn’t have time to prepare to try to … Continue reading

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Farewell Grandmom Bell

So thats it, you’re gone. Its funny, I started working on a family tree a couple of years ago and there were so many questions I wanted to ask you, so much I realized I didn’t know about your life. … Continue reading

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Letting Go And Letting In

About two years ago I wrote a blog called I’m Letting Go. This blog was about my father’s side of the family and the anger, sadness, and resentment I felt towards them. After I wrote that blog I felt free. … Continue reading

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National Siblings Day

I was scrolling through my timeline on Facebook not too long ago and I noticed something odd. People were posting pictures of themselves proudly posing with their siblings. Which isn’t altogether odd but the amount of people doing it was … Continue reading

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Unsaid Sentences Do Not Mean Unfelt Emotions

I’m a man a few words, at least when it comes to my emotions. I’ve been that way as far back as I can remember. Awhile ago I was up late bored and decided to take some personality quizzes. I … Continue reading

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I’m Letting Go

I tried, I really have, and I’m giving up. For eight years I have contacted you, tried to cultivate a relationship with you, and genuinely cared about what was going on in your lives but I don’t think I can … Continue reading

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