Author Archives: lindasnyder

Bliss

Opening your heart to someone – really opening it – doesn’t mean everything will always be sweetness and light, although there are moments (many moments) when the love is pure and gentle.   Opening your heart means a willingness to … Continue reading

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Longing

Longing I find myself Scrolling aimlessly Searching for something Searching for someone Someone I miss terribly. It’s a waste of time, of course This futile attempt To find him in the insights of others When I can really only find … Continue reading

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Whoa… Loads Going on Here!

There’s been a great deal of work going on in the background here at The Grief Warrior Project… I’ll try to get caught up with everyone soon! In the meantime, Heritage Health Services (the “parent” company of The Grief Warrior … Continue reading

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Executive Dysfunction and The “Impossible Task”

There’s an idea called the “Impossible Task” that’s gone viral in the past year or so.  Coined by M. Molly Backes, the Impossible Task is the inability to manage a very simple, every day function that would not be a … Continue reading

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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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