Tag Archives: understanding

Take it one day at time during the pandemic

This morning, I received an email that disturbed my heart and soul:

Back in 2016 I considered dying but I didn’t make a plan because I thought their was hope(and because of extreme stubbornness) but then in 2018 I nearly died. Now I’m thinking maybe I should have. Should have ended things before then. I should of made a plan in 2016.. strange thing is I only really considered it once.. I remember thinking things were hopeless many many times but I didn’t consider dying very much..

First of all, I thank God that you are here still. 2016 is about 5 years ago. You are not the same person! You are stronger! The pandemic has affected everyone. It has affected me. I have had plenty of sleepless nights and to this day, I worry. I also miss days of the past and I wish things were better like they were back then. Unfortunately, we cant go back. We take things and events day by day, having one foot go in front of the other. If you walk this earth, you have a purpose! To the person who left this comment; As a Christian, you have forever! Please take time to talk to someone. Talk to a family member, a friend, a colleague, etc. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish. 800-273-8255

We are all in this together!

What your child really means…

Kids have always had a hard time expressing their emotions. This has always been the case even before we were all born.This generation is having a much harder time with this than any other generation before them. Technology has crippled them in their social and communication skills. It’s not their fault. It’s just a sign of times. We as parents have to do a better job in really trying to understand what our kids are saying. Have a blessed day everyone.

Let your Child be the light that God created them to be

When a child is born, the skies the limit on what they can become. The problem arises when we as parent begin to place our dreams, aspirations, and goals onto them. Too many kids become adults with careers they are not passionate about simply because it was a path chosen for them. No wonder why we have so many adults that are miserable. Let the kids live.