Things I’m Thankful For, Part 2


I am thankful for the support of my family, friends, and readers.

I’m thankful that I have a doctor or two that actually listens to me and doesn’t just make decisions for me.

I’m thankful that my bestie doesn’t sugar coat shit she says, even when she thinks it’s shit I don’t want to hear.

And I am thankful for the silver linings and unicorns I am finding along this journey.

5 thoughts on “Things I’m Thankful For, Part 2

  1. I was sad to read your post about your medical bills and how it is affecting your marriage. I was, also, so very impressed by later posts about your thankfulness for other parts of your life. You are very open about your life and I respect that. Your books are such a pleasure. I have enjoyed each and every one. I wish I had some good advice for you; but, I am clueless about most everything. I just wanted you to know that I hear what you are saying and I am listening.

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  2. I too am here. And listening. And I believe that better days will return. When you look at what experiences are listed as high stress, I think you could count – getting married to a long term partner, moving to a new house, not being able to smoke while writing, trying to meet a driven publishing schedule….. it would be a miracle if all this had not totally disrupted your spirits and sent your creativity spiraling out of control. At the same time all this stress also sent existing health problems into the ozone. If you could find ways to bring familiar elements into the present, I think it would help. As an ex-smoker, I would find a way to smoke when you were writing, OR reading older works. sometimes
    The smallest items can help bring things back into balance.

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