A Holiday is a Holiday is a Holiday

It all started when I spent one Fourth of July holiday alone. I remember thinking; “I’m sure everyone had great plans for today.” I imagined they were at cook outs, parades, firework displays, pools – anywhere that included other people and fun. But, when I spoke with my friend the next day, it turned out she didn’t have any plans either. We each assumed the other had plans.

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3 Misconceptions About Grief

I was having a conversation with a friend the other day that was experiencing a loss on the heels of the one-year anniversary of losing her mother. In talking with her I was reminded of the misconceptions  about grief many experience when going through the grieving process

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Grief, StuckMichele Woodall
Learning to Take Action

I don’t think of myself as having a lot to say. I am a listener. I am a reader. I am not a writer.

Yet, I find myself awakened at 2 am with this overwhelming feeling to write. If you struggle with writing like I do, then you may understand how  this went down. At first I laid in bed discussing this in my head. Really? Can it wait until the morning? If I get up, I will have to get out of bed, turn the light on, and then I will not be able to go back to sleep. I will be awake for the day. And it will be a long one.

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Action, StuckMichele Woodall
Right Here, Right Now

Did you ever hear something that you can’t get out of your head? Maybe it is the words to a song; it may not even be a song that you like. But once you’ve heard it, the words kept playing over and over like a record that had a scratch in it. It was stuck. And that was me. I was stuck.

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Getting StartedMichele Woodall