In this life we all share one thing in common, loss. Whether it is the loss of a spouse through divorce, a loss of a family member or a loss of a pet, it is hard no matter how you look at it.
My friend called the other day and asked
I met a man nearly 2 years after my divorce. He was tall, dark, handsome and extremely funny. His distaste for alcohol was a turn on after being married to an alcoholic, and he was an honest man with high integrity; traits I’d never seen before in a man. Assisting
According to the Urban Dictionary, "drama" is when a person overreacts or exaggerates the importance of a benign event.
Growing up in Southern California, no event was ever benign. My life was filled with drama. Artists, alcoholics, and suburban housewives frequented our home and they always showed up with their greatly
"I don't love you anymore. I'm leaving you."
It's a stinging at first, that starts in your chest and then takes hold there until it grows another appendage which grabs at the stomach and takes hold there too. For months. Like it's never leaving. The way you imagine cancer behaves. Only
Living with an alcoholic is not easy. It’s unnerving because you never know what state your loved one will be in when they return from the party or the bar.
Will they be in a good mood? Will they be angry? Will they be slurring their words? Will they smell like