He would want me to grieve because I lost a part of myself but be cheerful because for two and a half wonderful years he was with me.
What will I do with those days? Maybe I’ll go on a vacation to the Caribbean and go drinking, maybe I’ll visit my estranged family members in England. Probably I will sit there, cry and try organise a funeral.
A year ago today I watched as a nurse pulled out my still beating heart and crushed it in her bare hands with four little words “I’m sorry, he’s gone”.
A year ago today, Riley and I went on our last date. It had been snowing for a couple of days and was starting to melt. He told me we should go up Mt Cargill, play in the snow and take some photos. Driving there was a nightmare, it was frosty and snowy even though…
I think you accuse me of taking the covers too often. It only happens at your house. That’s fishy.
It’s not something really discussed is it? The big D word. DEPRESSION. The sleepless nights, the not eating, the binge eating, wanting to die, etc. The symptoms of depression are surprisingly similar to the side effects of grief. But really not actually that surprising due to the fact that this is a horrific thing to…
"Depression isn't a sign of weakness, it's a sign of being strong for too long."