Category Archives: Loneliness

Follow Up to “Go Out Kicking Ass”

My latest blog, “Go Out Kicking Ass” has generated a lot of comments and private messages, ranging from “You go, girl” to “I wish I knew how to get through this myself”. Here are some additional thoughts: I’ve been trying … Continue reading

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Go Out Kicking Ass

On Saturday April 21st, 2018 at about 5:30 pm, my husband will have been dead for 18 months.  Meaning he killed himself on October 21st, 2016. The past year and a half have been nightmarish for me.  I won’t go … Continue reading

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If You Wouldn’t Say It To A Friend, Don’t Say It To Yourself

If You Wouldn’t Say It To A Friend, Don’t Say It To Yourself *** In memory of my beloved husband John Kelly Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016. My Johnny was a true warrior, fighting demons no one … Continue reading

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I’ll Be Okay. Just Not Today.

I’ll Be Okay.  Just Not Today. *** In memory of my beloved husband John Kelly Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016. My Johnny was a true warrior, fighting demons no one else could see.  I thought he was … Continue reading

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At Some Point You Just Have to Let Go of What You Thought Should Happen and Live in What Is Happening

At Some Point You Just Have to Let Go of What You Thought Should Happen and Live in What Is Happening *** In memory of my beloved husband John Kelly Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016. My Johnny … Continue reading

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She Has Been Through Hell. So Believe Me When I Say, Fear Her When She Looks Into a Fire and Smiles.

She Has Been Through Hell.  So Believe Me When I Say, Fear Her When She Looks Into a Fire and Smiles.  –  E. Corona   *** In memory of my beloved husband John Kelly Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 … Continue reading

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Loneliness Does Not Come From Having No People Around You, But From Being Unable To Communicate the Things That Seem Important To You.

Loneliness Does Not Come From Having No People Around You, But From Being Unable To Communicate the Things That Seem Important To You. – Carl Jung *** In memory of my beloved husband John Kelly Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – … Continue reading

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