March Reading List

I’m still not quite ready to start writing again. The raw shockiness has passed. I hope.

It hit hard this morning- my first morning at home in over 18 years that didn’t begin with my cat on my lap. I crawled back into bed for a bit for a good cry and a hug before I was ready to face the day.

For the most part, I just feel that scooped-out void. And I’m reminded all over again why it is called heartache. The chest literally aching from the loss.

And of course, I’m also brutally reminded of the fact that every loss carries echoes of the ones before. After a certain age and/or life experience, there’s no such thing as a singular grief.

While I’m adapting and acclimating, I leave you with some of the interesting articles that have come across my feed in the last few weeks:

Stop Yourself From Crying With a Quick Pinch

5 Major Fears That Kill Relationships

10 Barriers to Intimacy and How You Can Break Them Down

21 Books to Read When You’re Going Through Heartbreak

And one I’m a bit dubious about, but I’d love to hear others’ thoughts:

36 Questions That Can Make Two Strangers Fall in Love

Thank you for sharing!

4 thoughts on “March Reading List

  1. elizabeth2560 – ABOUT ALMOST SPRING Two and a half years ago my 37 year marriage ended suddenly through no choice of my own. I survived the heartache. I have taken control of my present. I am planning my own destiny, which is moving onwards to a life of purpose and meaning. This is my journey.
    elizabeth2560 says:

    So sorry to read about the loss of your cat. Thanks for the lists.
    Ii is quite weird the books some people read when they are down.

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