Living life with the mentality that we need to make the most of what we have now leaves so much more room for joy. In the grand scheme of things, we also have an expiration date.
When we were little kids, on Christmas eve, she knocked on my door and smugly said, “Hey Kimily, Santa isn’t real.” I sat up in my bed, annoyed that she would say that “of course he is!” I defended.
I couldn’t help but feel anxious about this day’s inevitable arrival. The smell and chilliness in the air serving as an agonizing reminder of that cold morning on October 13th, 2013. I noticed my Dad was in his room and I could hear him on the phone. I was confused, he always got ready before […]
It’s weird that the one day the people you love the most, will be gone. Just like that. Life is so fragile. We get so caught up in the little things, when one day, it’ll be all be over. We’ll be gone. But maybe, hopefully, death is something different, something inconceivable. Something that we can’t […]
How do we heal? I have taken countless psychology courses and learned about grief and depression on multiple occasions. Yet when actually faced with the situation, none of this information helps. I can’t seem to figure out how to heal myself. Every time a thought about my sister arises it cuts me so deep I […]