That’s not comforting! There are too many things that people say that are supposed to calm me but don’t work at all. (Unless my sense of humor takes over and I find them hilarious). Here’s an example: “It’s all in your head!” This statement is evidently meant to convey that my fear is a simpleContinue reading “THAT’S NOT COMFORTING!”
How does the recommendation that we get more sleep to add more time to our lives reveal God’s wry sense of humor?
People do not want to help the grief stricken though they want credit for offering help. Not that I speak from experience because my relationship that ended in death was behind closed doors and the ironies are he was my only friend, just as I was his, yet he died and left me alone. Plus, I grieve for him more than he ever would for me. Feeling like a fool is no consolation. I’m lonely. Check out this YouTube video to see if you find him verbally abusive–potentially