Come to find out many retirees are feeling bored and irrelevant.
It’s the call no parent ever wants to receive because some memories you can never fully erase.
Life is a gift, so here’s a present I’m claiming today, and I wanted to share it with you.
I’m thinking we could use a break from all the seriousness that surrounds us.
We cling to our fallacies as if a child to a tattered teddy bear, maybe what we fear most is freedom, letting go of the anchors that serve our narcissistic needs, and not that of our true potential.
Cheryl Oreglia talks writing and wellness with acclaimed author Colleen M. Story.
It reminds me that I never actually finish.
I ordered an easy button from Staples, and when it’s lit up, all you do is open wine.
Feeling vulnerable much? Judged? Out of control? That’s “Back to School Night” in a nutshell.
There are two kinds of fears, ones that make sense, and ones that don’t, I’ve learned the irrational ones are the most popular.
I want to put a “do not disturb” sign on my front door and chill with “I Love Lucy” reruns, coffee, and Oreo cookies.
Have you ever had the unsettling desire to be somewhere else, to be someone else? Someplace not infected with a virus, smoke, and vast discord?
“I was afraid to ask, I thought it might be too difficult for her to talk about, so I avoided the subject.”
What would we grab if we had to evacuate?
Friendship and love were two consistent factors in highly functional marriages.
If only I could hold my anxiety as gently as I hold a precious child, if I could put my worries to sleep, nestle them in the soft sheets?