Author Archives: lindasnyder

Almost Three Years…

Well, strictly speaking, I’m “cured” of the bout of pneumonia that knocked me off my feet and significantly limited my ability to work for nearly two weeks. I could whine about the on-going cough and exhaustion, but everyone else is … Continue reading

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A Plea… Posted to My Facebook Timeline on August 30, 2019

A plea… My Johnny was brilliant, talented, funny and larger than life. He was also deeply flawed and silently battled hideous demons he could not talk about, and which left him with a sense of shame that he couldn’t shake … Continue reading

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Thoughts from September 2nd, 2019

My house smells like incense and a fresh pot of coffee. The sound of rain is soothing and everything is a brilliant green. The pups are sleeping on the chairs near me, and I’ve gotten several projects out of the … Continue reading

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Fee-for-Service Grief Supports Via Telephone To Begin September 23

Beginning September 23 at 4:00 am EST – YES, 4:00 in the morning! – The Grief Warrior Project will offer fee-for-service telephone supports for people coping with the complicated grief that comes with the suicide of a loved one. The … Continue reading

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Passing On The Pain – Please Don’t Say This!

A wonderful friend posted this meme on his page.  He wanted to be helpful to anyone going through suicidal thoughts, but after my comment below, private messaged me, stating he was very sorry if he had offended because of my … Continue reading

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One of the Most Dangerous Memes I’ve Seen

The meme and comments below came from a Facebook group that’s supposedly for enlightened people.  The meme itself made me want to scream.  Some of the comments were completely ignorant. XXXXXXXX  This is on point. People seem to forget you’re … Continue reading

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I’m Different Now

I don’t really agree with this.  For me, it’s not really about recovering the “me” that was lost.  That person is gone forever, with only parts of who I was left. You’re different afterwards. You just aren’t the same anymore. … Continue reading

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